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Rmgmg Doorbells Throughout the City
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Teeners rang doorbells tor the Mraml County
Heart Fund Drlve The senlor group contmued
therr annual prorect of decoratmg the doors of
varlous rooms Wrth Yuletrde greet1ngs
Many needy tamrlres rn the comrnumty were
clothed as a result ot a charrty dance sponsored
by the Iun1or Y Teens PHS students danced
w1th Madras Madness to musrc prov1ded by
local h1gh school talent Adm1SSlOD for the
dance was a prece of old but usable cloth1ng
The b1ggest proyect lor the sophomores was
learnmg the song and goals ot the organ1zat1on
Wh1le the Y Teens donated therr t1me to the
Heart Fund, the H1 Y Club was busy collect1ng
for the March ot Dlmes Thrs year the club
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mgs the group was educated and also enter
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Receiving its charter in 1926 soon after the
establishment of the first chapter in the United
States, the local National Honor Society group
has functioned as an active organization for
nearly forty years. Being the most selective of
all PHS clubs, Honor Society required students
to possess a 93 average as juniors and 91 as
seniors to be eligible for admittance.
As National Honor Society encouraged schole
astic excellence among its many future leaders,
the Student Council, composed of elected rep-
resentatives from each homeroom and class,
fostered competent student government. Spon-
soring the annual All Fund Drive, which
reached a record high of over 331200, the Coune
cil assisted many community charities.
Throughout the year, Council members at-
tended a variety of Workshops on student
government at Indiana University and high
schools throughout the state. With active stand-
ing committees, the Student Council managed
all student elections, provided signs in each
room with directions as to Where to go in case
of fire, recommended repairs in maintenance of
the building, and directed events in pep ses-
We -rr ,
"lust one more vote to tally," quips I3 i l-U
members of the election coinmittee tdbuli
Homecoming candidates Other commrt
Anne Rody, Mike Saine, and cofchairmf V
and Steve Clarlc
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Representing the voice of each homeroom are Student Council members Row 1: I Hellman C Porter A it
V- Cf0WCl9I'1, SSCYGTCUYI C. King, treasurer. ROW 21 l. Rody, C. Love, B. Newhouse L. Morris S Westcofi C Se x
Hoover, L, Claybaugh. How 3: Mr. Stone, co-sponsor, S. Clark, B. Thurston, B Shuey sergeant-at-arirzs C 311' l -I
G- SCGQUOI1, MY- S19CmdClL1, CO-Sponsor. Row 4: D. Sims, D. Teal, T. Rockwell C. Cole N. Hike-ribe:-x
Constable, B. Davidson, M. Doucette, l. Nelp.
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Initiuting many activities throughout the year are Iuniors: Row 1: B. Geberin, I. Grant, E. Bethel, P. Wilhelm, L. Croy,
S. Sornmers, L. Claybaug-h, B. Siblisk, R. Longenecker, I. Hoffman, V. Dugan. treasurer. Row 2: V. Richards, L. Melson,
I. Gochenour, A. Taylor, president, R. Weller, N. Snyder, E. Thurston, I. Matthews, G. Fishback, vice-president, P. Hartle-
road, V. Gray, secretary, L. Nye, Mrs. Smucker, sponsor. Row 3: P. Kilian, M. Wiltshire, T. Robinson, B. Newhouse.
N. Dawalt, L. Dancey, B. Ballard, P. Allman, C. Landis, I. Cassel, B. Kennedy. Row 4: B. Worl, L. Darby, C. Conklin, I
Pattison, B. Runkle, M. Wright, S. Bennett, I. Blackman, P. Yentes, S. Ralstin, A. Phillips, R. Morris S. McKnight, M.
Y-Groups Assisted Community Charities
Collectors for the Mgfch of Dimes ingudej RQW 15 N, Givens, M. Weller, D. Richards, T. Lutz, I. Brownlee M. 51:11:21
Row 2: D Cooley, D. Harding, D. LaCoss, R. Hinz, president. Row 3: R. Roller D. Thompson, T. Foltz, T. Rockwell G, Bc-
rnar, vice-president, M. Donaldson, secretary. Row 4: P. Cutler, M. Eikenberry, treasurer, R. lnniger T. Helvie, T. B:-sw-J
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