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Page 114 text:
Boys and Girls Participate in Athletic Clubs
v T T V -' A' 1'i"'.g,1, eligible tor the P-Club. Row 1:
L. Burdine, S. Engeloge, B. Smith,
D. Vlfatson, C. Marks, E. Cot.-:an
I. Stout T. Comerlord, R. Iones,
F C I. Hentgen, L. Minns. Row 2: D.
- 35.5 . Weideman, M. Hoover. I. Henry,
X ' - H K D. Iordan, B. Buttington, B. Shuey,
aisi.,.......' " "-A-it-Lo'-'i
P. Cutler, G. Ioseph, P. Walker,
seph, R. Musgrave G. Stewart,
B. Thurston, S. Beverly, K. Grether.
Row 4: I. Ratliti, D. Hentgen, I.
Blackman, I. Dunton, D. Hunt,
M. Eikenberry T. Chapin, B.
Mooney, I. Yentes, K. Day, H.
tleroad, I. Baber, I. King S. Eder.
The purpose of the P-Club is to create and
encourage an interest in athletics. At club
meetings the boys discussed various sports and
IHSAA rules. Sponsors are Mr. Biddle and the
other athletic coaches.
The Girls' Athletic Association is open to all
high school girls who are interested in sports,
The club members participate in athletic acti-
vities such as basketball, tumbling, bowling,
volley ball, and deck tennis. For participation
in each sport, the girls receive points which are
the basis ol the awards given at the end ot the
Facing cr tough "induction" are these new P-Club
members. Steve Engelage, Terry Hughes, Bill Buffing-
ton, and Mike Hoover.
Officers of GAA, preparing an unknown victim for
membership, are Iudy Nelp treasurerg Clo Giver,
vice-president, llancy Atkinson, recording secretary,
Ianico Englirh, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Sullivan,
sponsor, and Bi verly Black, president.
Winners of rnaior letters are
R. McNeil D. Buzbee, G. Ham-
mond. Row 3: I. Hughes, B. Schu-
bert, B. Conklin, I. Wilson, B.
Kerns, D. Teal, S. Shatter, M. Io-
Masiuk, B. Rockenbaugh, D. Har-
Page 113 text:
Various C iubs Provide
At basketball games these members of C-21 sell
refreshments. They are: Row 1: Mr. Donald Stone,
sponsor, M. l-light, S. Shoemaker, P. Hatton. M. Myers.
Row 2: A. Wahlig, T. Fox, T. Gaunt, T. Lee, T. Rogers.
Row 3: D. Felthoff, I. Mroore, S. Kile, M. Trexler, R.
Oakes, G. Miller.
Service for School
With the C-21 Club on the job, football ard
basketball fans always had refreshments when
they wanted them. During football season, co:
fee and hot dogs were sold to warm up frozen
spectators. At baslcetball games fans cooled o"
The lndustrial Club is for boys in shag
classes. The members meet as a club to discuss
and learn more about the present and future
opportunities in the field of industrial arts.
Mr. Noel Davis is in charge ot the satety pas
trol of which Richard Carver was captain this
year. As a reward for their services, the boys
were honored at a picnic sponsored by the Chi-
cago Motor Club and also were recognized on
Industrial Club members are Row 1:
D Graham, S Ebirneyer Ft Sparks f.
Barnhart, C Marks, I lXlcQ1i1'i:i D
Sanders, L Miller, T Friend Row 2: F
Garvey H Saphetj H XYa:k1:is D. L3-
Coss, D Eiler T Brochbiol M Catiit'
T. Q'Corinell Mr Bruce lXlilbur:i sph'
sor Row 3: Mr larnes Iielinski
R Miller, T Banks, G. White I
B Del.awter D. Morecratt D C
I Biggs K Scott
Officer Robert Smith explains t:
patrol boys their duties at siroet c
ners. Row 1: E. Davidson Garvf
e w 2: G. Miller' S Kzls
Vifahlig Row 3: L. Caste" C Mark.
lil. Moffatt D Fe-lthoti
Page 115 text:
Hi-Y Groups Promote Community Aid
Iuniors cmd seniors com-
prised the Senior l-li-Y
group this yectr. Row 1: B.
McCormick, l. Stout, A.
Denny, R, Stitt, S. Beverly.
Row 2: D. Hendricks, B. Len-
non, R. Willigms, D. I-linz
l. Wolf. Row 3: B. lones,
I. Allbritten, R. Bossner, B.
Gcxrver, M. Donaldson, T.
Schrom. Row 4: M. Erlen-
bgugh, K. Ddwoilt, I. Long-
don, L. Morguson, M. Eiken-
berry, D. Eckerley.
3 'H 5 u
f, ,,' '- 1,
We: , ,- ...'
i fs fa
Two school clubs dedicated both to com-
munity did ond self-improvement gre the Sen-
ior gnd Sophomore l-li-Y clubs. Besides collect-
ing tor the polio fund, Senior l-li-Y members
cfttended or spring conference, Members strive
to better themselves, their school, cmd their
community by Working toword higher moral
stgndcirds, clectn speech, and better scholar-
Members ot the Sophomore Hi-Y are Row 1: ff Gin'-
ens, P. Kyees, S. Engeluge Row 2: T. T.::ti:ps::1 B,
Crgtt, D Mitchell. Row 3: B Bqkehczti G Sree '.-:QQ
l. Williams, Mr. Brentis Berkshize sponsor.
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