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Donna Stroda, Pat Wooster, lean Anderson, Anita Jacobson,
Smith, Sharon Riffel, Iuanita Ryff, Marilyn Brockmeier,
ROW: Mary Rhodes, Mildred Jacobson, Kay Dunlap,
Ihde, Anita Altmann, Sylvia Nely. FOURTH ROW: Janet
Riffel, Deanna Black, Sharon Beltz, Carolyn Hartman,
Carolyn Rhodes, Carol Hill, Mary Anderson, Rose Riffel,
Catherine Rohrer. SIXTH ROW: Gayle Rhodes, Helen
Ioan Weber, Linda Fry, Nancy Davis.
WOOL DRESSES Mary Rhodes, Janice Schimming, Anita Altmann, Anita
AND WOOL SUITS Jacgbgon, and Pat Wooster attended leadership training
are constructed School'
CHRISTMAS DEVOTIONAL program.
F, H, A, OFFICERS
FIRST ROW: Janice Schirriming, Pat Wooster, Jean
Anderson, Jane Dillon,
SECOND ROW: Donna Strada, Vonna Morgan, Anita Jacobson,
THIRD ROW: Mary Smith, Marilynn Klingberg, Iris Marten.
THE HOME PROJECT for Gayle FIXING TI-IANKSGIVING BASKETS
Rhodes was a skirt and blouse to are Joan Weber, Deanna Roehrman
match her foods apron and Regina Schlesener,
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y Vocational Homemaking
DISC USSION GROUP on Horne Management by the Senior and
mor Hmm-making class.
FRESHMEN pre-pare and serve lunch,
,QW wg. c
and F.H. .
TO BECOME A BETTER MEMBER OF
HER HOIVIE today and in the future is the
goal for homemaking classes and the Fut-
ure Homemakers of America organization,
Hope High is proud to have all of the girls
belonging to FHA,
Homemaking class experiences are plan-
ned for the development of class members
toward this goal. To better understand the
relationship between herself and her family,
each girl, in cooperation with her teacher,
plans and carries out three home projects
during the year, A home project in each
of the areas of family relations foods, child
care, home management, housing, cloth-
ing, and health should have been carried
out by the time the third year of homemak-
ing has been completed. These projects
are also used for degree workin FHA,
Mrs. Alvera Reynolds, graduate of Kansas
State College, is the capable Home Economics
teacher. She is also chapter adviser and
District lll adviser of FHA,
Future Homemakers of America
FIRST ROW: Sue Brown, Jane Dillon, Ianice Schimming,
Vonna Morgan. SECOND ROW: Lris Marten, Mary Louise
Carmen Engle, Pat Harrison, Marilynn Klingberq. THIRD
Phyllis Hostetter, Joanne Klassen, Barbara Ihde, Linda
Rutz, Iudy Rutz, Clarice Bryant, Linda Nonken, Charlotte
Phyllis Jacobson, Mrs. Reynolds, Adviser. FIFTH ROW:
Deanna Roehrman, Mary Bernhardt, Margaret Helbach,
Brunner, Jean Rutz, Mayleene Beltz, Regina Schlesener,
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and F. F. A.
MR, WILLIAM A, REYNOLDS,a grad-
uate of Kansas State College, teaches
agriculture and is adviser for the Hope
Chapter, Future Farmers of America,
Agriculture is one of the major sciences
in Hope High School. The work of the
department is the practice, as well as the
theory of agriculture, along the lines of
soils, crops, livestock, farm management,
and farm shop. The Hope Rural High School
has a well equipped shop where Students
can do practical shop work in welding, metal
work, wood work, and engine repair.
The F. F. A. is integrated with the day
school prograni, It is an organization of,
by, and for farm boys who are enrolled in
Vocational Agriculture. It offers opportuni-
ties to boys in leadership, public speaking,
cooperation, home improvement, and commu
WEIGHT guessing during part of the
2 county beef tour.
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