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Page 142 text:
The Girls Athletic Association is spon-
sored by Miss Elizabeth Bacso.
G.A.A. gives any girl the chance to use
the gym facilities when she would other-
wise not have the time.
There have been many events this year
such as bowling, roller skating, and the
Pajama Party sponsored by G.A.A. mem-
bers forthe F.H.A.
Sponsor: Miss Basco.
. . . and away we go! HELP!
Page 141 text:
ational Honor Society
Row one: L. Smith, R. Yoder-Sec., S. Eash4Pres., D. ScottfTres., D. Vedder. Row two: M. Kozij, S. Ludwig, S.A. Inman, P. VanB1aircum,
K. Swarthout, A. Read, B. Zezulka, L. Whitley. Row three: B. Michael, J. Gardner, M. LaR0sa, L. Robinson, T. Haines, V. Hruszczyk, E. La-
Rosa, J. Bennett, D. Rowell, Mr. Davis-Sponsor Missing: K. Gramer-V. Pres.
The National Honor Society is an organization spon-
sored by Mr. Harold Davis. Members must have a mini-
mum of a B average for four consecutive semesters be-
fore becoming eligible. All those involved in this club
have scholastic abilities that are above average, good
character, and show leadership qualitites.
This year, the National Honor Society sponsored the
bookstore, and they went on a field trip.
Stan Eash and Mr. Davis discuss problems for the National Honor Soc -
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Row one: J. Keiser, B. Clawson, C. Black, M. Surgenor-Pres., Mrs. Dickerson4Sponsor, S. Ball, R. Reed. Row two: N. Williams, M. Ca-
hill, J. Swanson, T. CoxfV. Pres., K. Rogers-Treas. Row three: D. Krahn, D. Thompson,rC. Hinsch4Sec. Row four: M. Hoeft.
Future H omemalcers
The Future Homemakers of America has been an or-
ganization in Pinckney High School for twelve years.
There are twenty-five members, along with their sponsor,
Throughout the year they have had many group activ-
ities. For example, they have gone bowling, roller-skating,
and have attended a G.A.A. and F.H.A. pajama party.
The main purpose of the club is to encourage good will
in the home as well as in the community.
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