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LEADERSHIP In high school we enjoy the privilege of par- ticipating in many different activities. By using our interest and our ability, we may develop the characteristics necessary to become good leaders. The following girls act as assistants to Mrs. Runyon during school hours. They are Roberta Bailey; Joanna Wheeler; Sally Schisler; Patty Schisler; Mrs. Runyon, librarian; Gladys Franks; and Joan Augsburger. The football squad must quickly follow the signals of the quarterback.
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Learning how to sew was an interesting part of our seventh grade home economics class. Part of the course was spent in learning how to cook, also. Anita Hodgin is the school winner of the Betty Cro- cker " Homemaker of Tomorrow " Award for 1961. She received the highest score in a written examination on homemaking knowledge and attitudes which was given to the senior home economics class. The award was presented to her by Mr. Van Emon and Mrs. Muth. Harold Temple is a Finalist in the National Merit Scholarship competition sponsored by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Scholarships awarded on the basis of forms which each Finalist must fill out, go to a small percentage of the Finalists. Each Finalist re- ceives a certificate of merit for outstanding scholastic achievement.
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.•r* The candy store is under the complete supervision of the junior class. Each junior spends two to three weeks in charge of it working during his noon hours. John Walker is managing the candy store this year. The cafeteria assistants help the cooks each noon. They are Glen Lehman, Dave Biery, Ron Yoder, Ireta Mann, Martha Schmit, Larry Moser, Harry Hoffman , Bonnie Lehman, John Mann, Alice Schmit, and Jim Baumer.
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