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Page 93 text:
or Future Homemalcers
The twenty-first State FHA Convention also saw
Sally Starr receive the Award of Merit for the chapter,
Judy Badertscher singing in the state choir, and Joyce
FHA girls have a lot of work to do, but in doing so
they have a lot of fun, too. Last summer the girls en-
joyed the facilities at Round Lake for a pre-school party
fabove lefty, while in the first month of school, initia-
tion of the freshman students, as well as the newcomers,
Hoverstock, Gloria Leatherow, Joleen Briggs, and Lois
Sellers as voting delegates.
was an enthusiatic get-together at the school. Sopho-
more FHA'ers snicker while a freshman student pushes
a marshmallow around the halls of HHS with her nose,
fabove rightj. Later in the year, the highlight came
with the annual FHA banquet held 'March 16.
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FHA. . . Worthwhile Or anizati
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Glorene Chance was given the award of Betty W
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow from Hillsdale by E' ' A :-: All
receiving the highest score on the Betty Crocker Home-
Marilyn Krebs and Janice Hershey were two of
making test taken in December. t
hree hundred and eight girls across the State of Ohio to
receive their State Homemaker's Degrees. They were
presented April 23rd and 24th at the FHA State Con-
vention in Columbus.
FRONT ROW: I. Badertscher, song leader: P. Long, Z. digh, B. Briggs, B. Harris, B. Figley. THIRD ROW:
Myers, recreation leaders: J. Briggs, treasurer: Mrs. S. Jolliff, B. Fulk, N. Freeborn, L. Pinski, C. Bunt-
Margaret Zody, adviser: M. Krebs, vice-president: S. ing, L. Stumbaugh, K. Moore, I. Obrecht, G. Leather-
Armstrong, secretaryg L. Benner, reporter: G. Chance, ow, S. Shibinski, L. Burrell, J. Roberts, S. Harbolt,
historian: J. Workman, County FI-IA President. NOT M. Dennis, P. Helbert, C. Fulk, R. Harbolt, S. Ott.
PICTURED: I. Helbert, president. SECOND ROW: E. FOURTH ROW: R. Wolf, S. Roman, R. Shafer, S.
Eigley, R. Wilfong, L. Sellers, J. Frank, L. Bowen, J. Hardesty, L. Taylor, B. Carl, M. Roman, D. Purvis,
Brookover, M. Ewing, J. Hershey, J. Hoverstock, K. P. Benner, M. Kosse, M. Jones, S. Starr, S. Starr, V.
Fickes, B. Cline, B. Betson, C. Tallmaclge, S. Lei- Schwan, A. Martin, S. Pringle.
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Student Council Launches Electionfs Cumpui n
FRONT ROW: K. Fickes, vice-presidentgl.
Hoverstock. secretaryg S. Fast. ueasurerg B.
Weaver, president. SECOND ROW: B. Funk.
M. Krebs, B. Helbert,G. Carl, S. Echelberger.
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Senior Student Council members, Kathy Fickes
and Susie Echelberger are handling the ballots used in
THIRD ROW: W. Applegate, M. LeMasters,
L. Strang. P. Patterson, R. Bishop. BACK
ROW: T. Kaufman. L. Sellers, D. Mutchler.
The Student Council isa national school organiza-
tion dedicated to voicing the opinions of the student
body. At Hillsdale. one member is elected from each
organization and two are elected from each class. The
past year, this organization met each week in order to
become a better qualified group to meet the problems
of student unity and cooperation. Problems, improve-
ments, and general disabilities relating to the school
were brought before this choice group for acknowledge
ment. It tried to solve each quickly. consistently, and
efficiently. with the guidance and helping hand of the
advisers. Mr. Jim McKinley and Mr. Gene Yeater.
The accomplishments of our Student Council in
the past year have been many and its enthusiasm was
inexhaustible. Its first and largest project was planning
and executing the Homecoming celebration. The
Christmas season brought a school party and dance into
reality with the Student Council as host. Along with
their regular responsibilities, several record hops were
planned and discharged after football and basketball
games for the entertainment of all students.
A year-end project of student elections was ini-
tiated by this year's S. C. The aim was to enable
qualified students to run for class offices which they
were capable of pursuing and, in most cases, elect the
most competent candidates. Petitioning, campaigning,
and finally, voting were carried out. A
AT LEFT: Junior Sherry Myers takes time in
voting for those who she thinks will do the best job as
leaders of her class during the coming year.
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