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Speakers durnng the mornlng sesslon of the LeadershIp Conference on the Idea of a panel dIscussIon and many ofthe students got ques
were Dr John Goodpasture andthe Reverend Paul Chalfant who talked TIOHS Gnd IdeGS from If for the SlUGleFlf QVOUP COFWSFSHCSS Wl1lCl"
on ResponsIbIlItIes and QualItIes of Leadershlp TheIr talk was based followed
Improved leaders develop from second
The second annual LeadershIp Conference held
Tuesday October 23 at the Hobart UDITQFIGD Church
was Introduced by Dennrs WIllIGmS school mayor
Each student attendlng the conference was as
sIgned to a dIscussIon group of nIne or ten people
These IndlVIdUCl groups dISCUSSed several Important
school problems IH an attempt to find practIcal
spoke on The Value and Need for Effechve Leader
ResponsIbIlItIes and Quahtnes of LeadershIp
was QIVGH by Dr John Goodpasture and Rev Paul
Chalfant In an Informal style panel dIscussIon
MISS Beatnce Sondles Lew Wallace speech teach
er was the featured speaker followmg the group dIS
CUSSIOHS Her lOpIC was PlannIng and ConductIng a
Howto get freshmen and new students Introduced
to Hobart s rules and regulatIons and the school ntself
IS beIng thought over by Janet Scott s dIscussIon
group LIstenIng to DennIs Rrce are Karen Chalfant
Scott WIlson Carol DIener Jacqure BIxler Barbara
Bergeson and Janet Scott
To start the conference off, Principal Harold Moody
Page 15 text:
A dozen whnte roses a beautuful white formal and a crown of white Robmson Beth Garretty Russ Walk Joann Mlke Drazuch Barbara Pru
carnations sprlnkled with glitter enhanced the radiant Joann Clemens sunskl Ron Budzuelek and Barbara Bergeson
our 1956 Homecoming Queen Her court and their escorts are Dennls
victory, Seniors wlpe out underclassmen with blue toilet paper
Beat Em Good came true as the Bncknes beat the Purates 55 I4
The freshmen entry represents a M9fIIllVIll9 Plrate tucked nlcely into our
Bnckne Bowl Front row Pat Knttndge Judy Freeland Pat Brooks Carol
Crawley Gerry Caldwell Standing Martha Hartman Linda Clnngan
Margaret Banaskn Becky Grlftlths Mary Kay Berg Linda Malls Diane
Swortzlonder Joan Martln
The sophomore entry for Homecomung was Make Those Purates Walk
the Plank which togk third place lt represents a Brlckle making a Mer
rnllvllle Pirate walk the plank Janice Eaton Nedra Klala Marllyn
Graham Barbara Szczepannak Betty Szczepannak Mary Lou Stephens
Mlllue Glusac Phylls Florantnn Josephine Gumlausko Shnrley Fraln C
ceula Fleck Mane Santuccl Not shown Annabel Stattord Cholrrnan
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Attendung a conference concernung the organuzatuon of Senuor Day us dean of boys and Pat Hancock guudance durector Throughout the day
the hugh school student admunustrators Left to rught are Martha Bone dean the students carrued out the some dutues and responsublutues ofthe regular
of gurls .Ian Greene vuce pruncupal Russell Walk pruncupal Duck Gross admunustratuon
Senuors acquaunted wuth problems and functuons of teachung
One day each year senuor students take over all
dutues ofthe school board admunustratuon teachers
and office personnel
To acquaunt students wuth a typucal day s problems
and varuous functuons of the school admunustratuon us
the purpose of Senuor Day whuch was held on May l
Thus us the fourth year un whuch Senuor Day has been
a part of sprung 5 actuvutues
Cooperatung un the program were the senuor hugh,
uunuor hugh, and Mundell, Rudgevuew, Luberty, and
Foreman grade schools
One week before Senuor Day, Aprul 24, served as
observatuon day un whuch each senuor spent the day
wuth the teacher he was to replace and has classes ob
servung everythung possible
Senuor Day wull be contunued next year sunce the
senuors and the underclassmen conducted themselves
Duck Gross, dean of boys, gets to the bottom of
the problem as duscuplune was carrued out un the some
way as severe cases are taken care of Chuck Hallas,
actung Mr Floyd Davus, brought the unfortunate lad
to the office to receuve hus lust punushment
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