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The Ait Club was formed during 1960-61, under the supervision of Mr. Willard Strassburgcr.
Each year, in the library, a display of art work from all art classes and the Art Club is shown. Students also submit work to the Milwaukee Journal Calendar Competition for exhibition in the Journal Building in Milwaukee.
The Art Club pin was designed by tire Art Club and is given to members as a symbol of achievement, part of which includes regular attendance at club meetings where they work in cooperation with other school functions, making scenery for plays, school decorations, and other needed art work.
The Art Club membership is open to students at D-DHS. Officers for the 1962-63 arc: President Bob
FRONT ROW: Robert Winkley, Margaret Beier. SECOND ROW: Sandra Wright, Nancy Zolden, Helen Wiedemer, Lynn Anderson, Paula Salas. BACK ROW: Todd Kelsey, Mike Metzinger, Van Brown, Richard Taylor, Mr. Strassburger.
To explore tire Interest and abilities in the fields of teaching, to learn about lire profession, how and where teachers receive their training, and to study the lives and influence of great teachers are some of tire purposes of the Marie T. Schoenemann Chapter of the Future Teachers of America.
The club added some new amendments which enable members to be awarded pins. In the years before, a member paid his dues and received his pin. This year, members will receive their pin if they have a required number of points.
Cindy Pegg was president, Mary Carroll, vice president, Catlre Clark, secretary, Sue Woodard, treasurer, and Mr. Rondeau the club adviser.
Winkley and Secretary Judy Beier.
FRONT ROW: Rosanne Ruffalo, Robin York, Sandy DuCharme, Jackie McCartic, Jeanene Thomas. SECOND ROW: Mary Robbins, Linda Henschel, Sue DcLaney, Sue Woodard, Cindy Pegg, Cathy Clark, Kathy Underwood. THIRD ROW: Brian Buzzell, Mary Schirer, Cathy Tolkuhn, Ida Creidanus, Mary Austin, Margaret Bellman. BACK ROW: Mary Carroll, John Benson, John HeUel, Ellen Freitag, Linda Schirer, Carolyn Kooistra.
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FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA
FRONT ROW: Dianne Wippich, Bonnie Schieiger, Terry Bridges, Cathy Holman, Barbara Mudgett, Judy Peters. SECOND ROW: Margaret Beier, Lynn Anderson, Rita Slangier, Judy Schultz, Becky Newton, Kathy Robinson, Barb Woods, Phyllis Dantone, Jeanette Schuett, Mrs. Sutton. THIRD ROW: Joyce Snudden, Ruth Egnoski, Paula Nelson, Lonnie Teubert, Shirley Clowes, Sandy Wright, Mary Lindloff, Barbara Mudgett, Karen Lindloff, Joyce Hofcr. BACK ROW: Mary Hummel, Linda Wineapaw, Marie McDonough, Mary Pat Yohn, Gayle Williams, Jean Babcock, Dolores Logtcrman, Sharon Schuster.
FRONT ROW: Janet Koepnick, Margaret Wiedemer, Joan DuBois, Jane Rubeck. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Meams, Barbara Mudgett, Francis Bartelt, Donna Comelison, Lois Drost, Barbara Packard, Jane LeRette, Judy Morrison, Sue Lyons. THIRD ROW: Marianne Ncumeier, Marie Cribben, Susan Randall, Kathy Baerbock, Chris Brahm, Barbara Adney, Lee Ann Britton, Barbara Burcham, Elsie Baran. BACK ROW: Cynthia Kilkenny, Debby Gibson, Elizabeth Hardt, Joanne DeLong, Ellen Seising, Marilyn Thompson, Elizabeth Erickson, Carol Louden, Dorothy Keyzcr.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
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FRONT ROW: David Beach, Bob Rodriguez, Cindy Brooks, Pat Hohl, Jeanne King, Shirley Cassen, Maureen Johnson, Paula Salas. SECOND ROW: Don Francis, Bill Woodard, Trudy Vance, Carol Mestan, Dolores Logterman, Sheila Fleming, Sue Kohl, Carolyn Kooistra. THIRD ROW: Larry Werbel, Donna Rubcndall, Barb McSorlcy, Margaret Bellman, Elizabeth Erickson, Brian Buzzell, Esther Kurzawa, Mr. Rondeau, Adviser. BACK ROW: Don Lonze, Jeanenc Thomas, Viiginia Willard, Barb Sullivan, Pam Loudenbeck, Ben Bigelow, Doi$ Weiss, Elsa Varoni.
The Spanish Club included all interested students who had studied the Spanish language.
The main goal of the members was to raise money to send students to Mexico City, Mexico, for eight weeks during the summer.
Mr. Rondeau was the adviser for the Spanish Club.
From left to right arc Margaret Bellman, president; Barb Sullivan, treasurer; Mr. Rondeau, adviser; Barb McSorley, secretary; Dave Beach, vice president.
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