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Page 104 text:
Students Pursue Honors in NFL, FTA
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Stimulated by an interest in competitive speaking, these National Forensic League members participated in
various speech meets Row 1: I. Hopper, I. Hoffman, B. Allbritten, E. Rommeltanger, L. Hagen, D. Clark B. Iohnson,
L Schini D. Winn, I. Galbraith, L. Kindlesparker, I. Holland Row 2: B. Scott, I. Iohnson, K. Hahn, C Clingarnan,
E Bethel, N. Snyder, B. Weller, I. King, P. Hartleroad. I. Matthews, S. Bennett, A. Disborough Row 3: T. Fox, K
Iackson, M. Murphy I. Evans, M Wiltshire, C. Hetzner, I. Gochenour, C King, ll. Smith, L Iackson, I Bowman
B. Bunnell, S. Payne Row 4: Coach Thomas Peit, D Iordan B Williams, A. Denny, B Scott, P Walker, L. Iohnston,
I Vetel, T Randolph, I McCormick, M Amburgy, M Ove-rmyer, V. Crowden, N. Dossey, C Cole
The NFL and FTA are two selective clubs at determine membership eligibility in the PTA.
PHS. The speech club is for those students in- This organization works closely with the come
terested in attending state-wide contests to ad- munity teachers to promote better teacher-
vance their public speaking. Students interese student relationships.
ted in a vocation in teaching write a theme to
Students interested in teaching are members ot the Future Teachers of America Row l: P. Iones, M Cole, K.
Volpert, P Wilson, D Mitchell, D. Davis I Hopper, A Taylor, B. Wernz, C Soames, N Ayres, M Bullock Row 2:
B Hoover, C Boyer, I Evans, I To-Qpter, S. Blirin, B Angle C Larnontagrie, C Cole, K Kunkle, D Wirin, I Kina,
I Zerbe, Miss Elizabeth Bidenour, sponsor Row 3: O Goodwin, I Allbritten, B Iohnson, I Wallace, D Bamsey, B
Scott, G Ioioph I Grady B Stitt, C King
Page 103 text:
Peruvian Covers Happenings at PHS
"Will this issue ever be finished on time?" is
a question which can be heard in the publica-
tions office as the time draws near for each new
issue of the Peruvian to go to press.
An unbelievable amount of work, time, and
patience is put into each issue of the school
paper. Because of the shortage of available
qualified staff members, the Peruvian staff was
headed by two experienced students who
necessarily did a dual job. They are Lindsay
Hagen and lean Wallace.
The many hours of work spent on the paper
consisted of making out assignment sheets,
reading copy and taking it to the printerg
writing stories, editorials, and headlines, and
making up the pages.
The Peruvian staff adviser is Mr. Philip Fox.
Pride is evident on the faces of these members of
the major Peruvian staff as they look over an issue of
the paper. They are lack Langdon, news editor, and
lean Wallace and Lindsay l-lagen, co-editors.
"Let's see what's on the agenda for this week," say
staff members as they check the assignment sheet.
They are Eddie Cowan, assistant editorg Susan Hilge-
man, assistant editor, Kurt Dove, sports editor, Karen
lireutzer, assistant editor, and Lee Ann Pishbaclz, copy
These ambitious journalism students spent much time writing stories for the Peruvian Row :
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L Schini, B. Allbritten, D. Winn, I. Hoffman, E. Bethel, G. Fishback, C. Get: Row 2: B Longeneckez- X
Wiltshire, C. l-letzner, C. loseph, B. Ballard, B. Lutz, B. Wilson, S Minns Row 3: B Westcott l Pali:
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Clubs with Ambition
An interest in reading was promoted by these Li-
brary Club members: Miss Brundage, adviser, I. Bodey,
A. Disborough, M. Myers, P. Greenwald, C. Vellcovich.
C. Larnontagne, R. Qualio, S. Critchiield, H. Christian-
sen, S. Moseley, L. Bonney, V. Huffman, R. Oakes, N.
Parlcrnan, P. Wiltshire, A. Hughes, S. Burkdoll.
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Quill and Scroll inducted eight members
year. Seated: R. Angle, K. Kreutzer, I. Hopper, l- WI
lace. Standing: I. Langdon L. Hagen, B. Pier, D. Icrdar
Eight senior members of the Narcissus and Peruvian stalls were initiated into Quill Scroll
an international honorary for high school journalists. These members have either Written ,cg c:
umneinches oi copy or have done other outstanding work on one oi the school publications,
Homeroom 216, with Mr. Fox as their supervisor.
made collections for the Narcissus. Row l: V. Sieglred,
M. Sahaidachny, K. Graf, C, White, S. Newby, B. Iohn-
son, I. Wallace, V. Huitman, L. Fishbaclc, I. Hopper, A
Disborough. Row 2: P. Hilgeman, H. Tymoszenko, R.
Sutton, R. Garver, M. Hartz, R. Rassner, l7 lN'lL1lliii,'R-
Costin, B. Lennon, I. Eisaman, L. Hagen. Row 3: It Eiierf
T. O'Connell, M. Ioseph, D. RamseYf D Chflfmeff
Walker, I. Langdon, N. Marburger, E. Cowan I. Vi-iiel
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