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Page 42 text:
A very active and industrious club of
homemaking girls. A special project was
installation of new unit kitchens in the
foods laboratory. The officers were presi-
dent R. Roushg vice-president L. Gubicsg
secretary E. Golden, treasurer M. Glong
historian V. Sarberg editor A. Ekstrom: song
leader H. Headleyg chapter mother Mrs.
E. Sarberg co-advisers Mrs. L. Wylie, and
Mrs. M. Ekstrom.
The Olive Township Boys' 4-H Club
begins practical farm experience for boys
and a few girls at the early age of 10 and
continues through 2l. The club plans a
tour of the Pig and Beef Club members for
the summer of 1953.
Officers were elected for the club too
late to be in this year's book.
With the slogan, "To Make The Best
Better", well in mind Olive Township
took part at the annual St. Joseph County
4-H Fair as had been the custom of the
club for the past several years. The cap-
able adult leader was Mrs. L. Wylie and
outstanding junior leaders were P. Bates,
N. Hooton, N. Ray, M. Sebasty, and J.
Jankowski. Outstanding girls in the dress
revue at Playland Park were L. Himes, M.
Sebasty and D. Bickel.
Spamud df, Sauna Swan,
Page 41 text:
The Hi-Y is a social and service or-
ganization. According to tradition, the
boys provided several interesting assembly
programs, had charge of the "Juke" box
atthe dances, sold pencils, and had dances
after the basketball games. E. Luczkowski
was president, D. Lewis served as vice
president, I. Rybicki counted the money,
and B. Clapp wrote up the minutes of the
meetings. Mr. Howard Leiberman was the
The New Carlisle Chapter of Future
Farmers of America is an organization of
high school boys who are regularly en-
rolled in a program of vocational agricul-
The boys sponsor an F.F.A. Agricultural
Fair each fall which gives much good ex-
perience in cooperating with people in
the school, town, and community. The
organization gives more strength to the
boys supervised farm practice work and
has the goalof aiding boys to become full-
R. Goraczewski, pres.: R. Kelley, vice
pres.: J. Rybicki, sec.: B. Bate, treas.g R.
Wordinger, reporterg and D. Zielinski,
sentinel. Mr. Jack Calhoun is the adviser.
This year the Future Teachers of A-
merica under the leadership of Mrs. W.
Troeger and Mr. D. Pfeiffer, again spon-
sored the variety show. The members
aided the teachers by grading papers,
running errors, supervising the playground,
and conducting classes.
The Offices were D. Jones, pres.: J.
DeBaets, vice-pres.: D. Hostetler, treas.:
C. Wilson, sec.g S. Riffel, reporter.
7l4ded 'fdqelaae Vnc.,
Page 43 text:
The school now owns two motion
picture projectors, three film strip ma-
chines, two 2 x 2 slide projectors, a s
wire recorder, a tape recorder, an amp-
lifying system with a mike and speakers,
one opaque projector, and one speed
About 12 boys from Grades 7-12 op-
erate these items. Occasionally a boy
operates the projector for a church or a
club outside of school.
The school budget included about
3300, for movies plus the cost of main-
tenance of equipment.
SERVICE IS THEIR BUSINESS
The library is a busy place
for reference reading as well as
Six girls help Mrs. D. Mason
with her various routine duties.
The Stamp Club is composed
of eight grade students selling
defense stamps. Each week a buy-
er gets seventy dollars worth of
stamps, and a team of eleven sell
them. All money is checked in
and stamps distributed by two
girls acting as cashiers.
P. Dudeck and B. Bates are
N.C.H.S. T.B. League represent-
atives. They sponsored the annual
T.B. speech contest fwon by D.
Hostettlerj, the Christmas Seal
Sale fcollecting Sl9'l.55J, and
the poster contest.
fodnh philly 66.
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