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Tenth Graders Extend Their Educ
A few of the inure industrious students ehose to
display their talents in the foreign language elasses.
The languages offered these students were Frentrli,
Spanish. Gerinan. and Latin.
The Sophtnnorvs played an important part in the
sehool's activities. Girls belonging to Tri-Y were
filled with happiness after taking presents to a chil-
drenis home al Christmas. Many of the boys in
Hi-Y experienced the same emotion after packing
Christmas baskets with fruit, green vegetables, and
eliiekens for needy families.
lvith eagerness the Tenth Graders participated in
THIRD ROW: Utsch, Haines
kill, Schrnerisal. FIRST ROW
Schnurman, Stuckmeyer, Dorris
Smith, Younq, Wood.
FOURTH ROW: Marty, Staots
Grier, Snyder, Herr, Abraham
Houqlctnd. THIRD ROW: Mein
hart, Bernard, Mcthafiy, Rausch
er, Iones, Eller, Ellis, Craig
head. SECOND ROW: Walters
Sims, McCormick, Carlson, New
l man, Brusasco. FIRST ROW
Fitzwater, H u d d e r, Adrian
THIRD ROW: Iacoby, Bixler,
Fctulstick, Nuesse, Benner, Ir-
vine, Schultz, Goode, Moreau,
Kleine. SECOND ROW: Hager,
Rogers, Ahler, Whitney, Kane,
Everett. FIRST ROW: Nutt, Ste-
phens, Offerjost, Swank, Maga-
Elliott, I-lenninq, Griffin, Bierx
baum, Dzierwa. SECOND ROW'
Lawler, Nothum, Wilson, Bald-
win, Lieurance, Thomas, Gas-”