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Style Show Highlighted Girls' Agenda
"Is this locker mine? . . . Where is room 301?
. . , Which direction is the cafeteria?" queried
incoming sophomores as their toured PHS with
the assistance ot this years Girls' League Cab-
Celebrating its twenty-titth anniversary, the
Girls' League entertained at the annual Mother
Daughter Social, which was highlighted by a
style show teaturing teachers, mothers and
students as models.
Straight train King Arthurls Court came the
decor tor the League Dance, "Christmas in
Cainelotf enioyed by over l5U couples.
Alter sponsoring the dance, the girls cone
tiziued their Yule activities 1.-.fitli the purchase
ci a t '.i.' elve toot evergreen to brighten the inain
hfiill and the presentation ot the slcit, Lillie Shoes
iialger and the Elves
Concluding the activities ici' senior girls but
"lust :wo rr gift A ,1Y"l - it if :,:1..3is+ kieguiiiiiiig CT series of siciixl events for fresh'
1131 1 lim v tif- tfleii 'P tien, the Girls League cliina:-Led the YCCTTE
' ' ti' "ents witli the troidifional Kgd Party
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Working in clubs and sponsoring community projects. PHSers
assumed the responsibilities oi leadership. Crganizing. planning,
and dir ctin cl b k nly g t' lb
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projects as students finished "Winding Up A th Y .
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Responsible lor the appearance oi our halls. are: Row 1: D. Frushour, I. Aikman, M. Hoover, M Mills, F! I-lfiijgili-Sign! D
Gebhart. Row 2: D. DeWitt, I. Fultz, L. Minns, B. Bullington, T. Hughes, D Baker, T. Rogers, Mr. Welcome. sponsor Row 3 H
M. O'Connell, H. Masiuk, B. Lavoncher, M Eikenberry, M. Mayo, I Hoover, M. Aikman.
As Boys Promoted Clean-Up Campaign
Boasting over four-hundred members, the Boys'
League was the only club to which all boys be-
While projects for some clubs were many and
brief, the League chose one unending project-
removing litter from the halls of PHS. Day alter
day, Boys' League Council members Wearing
their gold and black beanies for identification,
combed the school for that one piece oi paper
that might detract from the appearance of the
lmmediately preceding the Thanksgiving Sea-
son, the League sponsored a program where the
Rev. Ralph Danielsen of St. lohns Lutheran
Church along with the high school choir con-
veyed the mood ol the approaching holiday.
While the boys' counterpart, the Girls' League,
sponsored the traditionally formal C h r i S t m a S
Dance, the Boys' League planned its yearly case
ual dance to brighten the Spring social calender.
Trying to find an open date on the school car 1
the 'lMorp" are Denny Hunt, treasurerg Brute Thufsi
ViCG-Df'9SiCi9IlTp lerry Ye-nies, president and Bob Hfik
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