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Page 87 text:
These students promote an interest in literature at
PHS through the Library Club. Row 1: L. Bonney,
L. Skinner, C. Alspach. Row 2: V. Huffman, R. Qualio,
M. Richter. Row 3: R. Oakes, K. Miller, S. Shoemaker.
Row 4: P. Greenwald, C. Guss, M. Myers. Row 5: A.
Hughes, M. Bullock, C. Black. Row 6: I. Bodey, N.
Parkrnan. Top: Miss Helen Brundage, sponsor.
The patrol boys and the print shop boys
were two of the many service groups which
aided PHS. The patrol boys kept the stu-
dent body safe, the print shop boys kept
everyone informed on school activities. Learn-
ing management was the goal of the Fu-
ture l-lomemakers of America and I-lomeroom
216g the first group learned how to care for the
home, and the latter learned how to manage
money in making Narcissus collections. The
Library Club and Future Teachers of America,
in their respective clubs, were able to learn
about the library cmd teaching professions.
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Learning to put to use the domestic arts are
members of the Future Homemakers of America
Row l: B. Huggins, C, Sherman, B, Hastings
S. Shoemaker. Row Z: E, Draving, D Sopher, B
Miller, A. Faulkner. How 3: C, Brown, B. lohnfzn
S. Grzebslzi, D. Trueblood, B. Place
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Emphasizing safety is the main obective A
these Patrol Club members, Row 1: C lxfarks
T. Lee, K. Gipson I, l-liadon. Row 2: Mr. Noel Davis
adviser, B. Garver, B. Davidson. Row 3: T Ma:-::t'f
B. Moffatt, S. Kile.
Page 86 text:
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Keeping track of Narcissus
collections w-:ag the task ot
there .seniors in Mr, Fox's home
room Row lx S, Malott, S.
Hays I. O'Connell D. Smith,
P Karba, E Draving, P, Crist,
L. Skinner Row 2: G. Fitzger-
ald, T. Mullett M. Montgomery,
M Garber, Schubert, S. Bow-
man, S. Spanjau, I Struble, H.
Bell, K Waclcnitz. How 3: M.
Kina D, Reed, S Motford, E.
Carpenter, R. See, I. Stitt, K
Bird M. McLaughlin. K. Dove.
Various Clubs Color World of PHS
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To become acquainted with the teaching profession is the purpose of the Future Teach-
ers of America club. The members are: Row 1: I. Evans, D. Randolph, I. Hopper, S. Hays
T. Bender, I. O'Connell, M. Bullock, B. Wernz, H Bober. Row 2: C. Soames, I. Wyneken, Ft.
Angle, N. Pearcy, L. Smith C. Nash, S Reed, D Smith, D. Mitchell. Row 3: B. Mowbray, G.
Borden, T, Noble, P. Arrick, D. Ramsey, K. Dove, I. Allbritten, A. Kunkle, I. Wallace, Miss
Elizabeth Ridenour adviser.
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Setting up type and running oft the Peruvian is the job of the print shop stall:
M. Yater, B. Bishop, R. Burns, M. LeDoux, T. Holland, and A. Binkerd. Mr. Franklin
Minion is the print Shop adviser.
Page 88 text:
To be accepted into Quill and Scroll, one
dust either have written 200 column-inches
Cr Piave Cline other outstanding work on the
llorcissus or l3eru1fian stall. One must be
in the nigger third at his class and must be
fri tiroved in" the advisers, Mrs. Mary Keith
and Mr. Philip Fox. Art Club members pro-
'xz-dea decorations tor the Thanksgiving and
Ghristriias Dance as well as tor the Hodeo
and Iunior and Senior Plays. Traveling tc
Purdue University to the Congress-Exteme
tioraneous Clinic were several NFL members
-.r' ho discussed trade policies. President of
the club is Dale Landis. Other officers ine
clude Guy Washington, viceepresident, Mare
tha Scott, seoretary, Dorothy Randolph,
treasurer, and Lindsay Hagen, historian.
Sritertainifg persons at the County farm, Ir.
Bed Cross meiaibte-rs sang carols and made
NFL members who traveled to vari-
ous schools in the state to participate
in speech meets are: Row l: M. Scott,
D. Randolph, I. Evans, I. Hopper, E.
Crume. Row 2: E. Rommeltanger, D.
Henderson, K. Hahn, C. Soames, L. Ha-
gen, G. Daly. Row 3: S, Crowden S.
Craig, M. Garber, B. Potter, M Mont-
gomery, S. Eder, T. Marks R. Mc-
Laughlin. How 4: P. Duncan, D. Hos-
tetler, T. Noble, G. Washington, K. Bird,
K. Dove, D. Landis T. Ward, F. Gilbert
Mr Thomas Peit, adviser.
Other members of the speech club
are: Row l: C. King, D. Winn, V. Crow-
den, C. Kelly, L. Iackson, I, Craft, N
Smith, G. Bryant. Row 2: K. Kunkle,
L. Schini, I. Glassburri N. Dossey, C.
Stilwell K. Iackson, C. Cole, M.
Wheeler, S. Payne, M. Murphy. Rovq
3: D. Iordan, I. Vettel, D. Iones, B. Scott,
B. Pier, B. Iohnson, L. Iohnston, B Wil-
liams, D. Clark.
gift Cards for Christmas and during the Val- In Chdige Qi the PUbliCGTiOUS, bC1UQUf3l were these
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'MBS Vein' Wyztelzen, M Scott, C. Ebert, S. McCarthy. Standing
G. Daly D Landis, treasurer, F. Anderson president: K
Bird, K. Dove, T. Mullett, secretary.
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