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Page 128 text:
Pres., M. Barkau, V,P., S. Conklin, Rec. Sec., M. LaRosa, Corr. See.,
E. LaRosa, Trcas., L. McNulty, Sponsor, Mrs. Andresen.
0f Strong Will
Prestige, honor class . . . are all invaluable reasons for
wanting to be a Varsity Club member. To qualify for
induction you must earn a Varsity letter in any ofthe
seasonal sports. Then you must have a strong will and an
iron stomach to struggle through the initiation ceremonies.
Led by their sponsor, Mr. l-land, the Varsity men shower
the initiates with various gifts of welcome, and before
they're through, Burp!
After surviving this, you are a Varsity man.
The 1970-71 Varsity Club, advised by Mr. Hand.
This year Mrs. Andresen sponsored the Girls Athletic
Association. Their group was mainly concerned with the
participation in sports within our school. They had various
activities throughout the year, that included a little sister
night, a pajama party, and at mother's night. The success
of this group may be easily summed up by looking at the
large amount of interested girls who involved themselves
Page 127 text:
The Future Homenrakers Associa-
tion is a national as well as state-wide
organization whose membership may
include boys as well as girls, a seem'
ingly unknown fact in our school to-
Its purpose is first to serve its
members as a social outletg secondly,
to aid needy families during the holi-
dnysg and thirdly, to promote the
study of Home Economics.
Under the capable leadership of
Mrs. Dickerson, the F .H.A. sponsored
money-rnziking projects such as a
Tupperware Party, a dance, and a sale
of cookbooks. The profits from these
events went toward buying new
equipment for the Home Economics
Housewives of the future, unite
Trice, learning the .III of cooking'
Page 129 text:
Sponsor Mrs Lucas Linda and Terry offer some advice.
Lmes 0 F me W ork
The members of this year's Art
Club, sponsored by Mrs. Lucas, were
of great help to every part of daily
school life. An interesting fact is that
they involved themselves not only in
fine arts but also in other phases of
cultural development, such as dancing
Led by President Pat Ettig, the
club's twenty members were hopeful
of visiting some nrt galleries, While in
school, their main activity was painting
props for school plays.
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