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Page 132 text:
The problem of pollution is becom-
ing more hazardous to everyday life. A
gust of exhaust fumes brushes over
your face as you cross a car loaded
strectg u cloud of smog lowers in on
you as you enter a crowded cityg and
papers blow endlessly all around.
The Pinckney High School H.E.L.P.
Club is an organization concerned with
solving these problems. Sponsored by
Mr. Hanson and led by President Dave
Stoodley, this group attempted to
reduce environmental pollution in the
area and hopefully they succeeded.
Pcacc on Earth.
Front row: Sponsor, Mr. Hansong N. Collier. Sec.: D. Stoodley, M. Stihbles, J. Burg, R. Bopric, H, Reincwaid, D. Warden, J.
Pres.: Sponsor, Miss Keenan. Back row: K. Stibblcs, T. Leemon, Wylie, V. McCardy, M. Ledwidgc, K. Mudax.
Page 131 text:
New this year in our school was a group
of girls who helped create friendship and
aided others. With the able guidance ot' Mrs.
Helen Miller, the nine members this year did
an outstanding job in promoting helpfulness
As far as activities were concerned, they
discovered a rather unique fund-raising idea,
in which they sponsored a "Faculty Talent
5 1.3.3, it -
There's always time for a joke. Sponsor-Mrs. Miller.
The Eyes of Experience Are Watching
Front row: S. Slrchan, S. Inman, K. Mudar, Mrs. Miller, J. Keiser.
Back row: V. MeCardy, P. Scott, K. Swarthout, S, Ludwig.
Page 133 text:
Campus Life was a gathering ol'
Christian young people whose chief
purpose was to make a complete per-
son. In so doing, they worked mostly
on the four basic divisions in life:
social, mental, physical, and spiritual.
They attempted to create a balance of
these four in all their members.
Their advisors were Mr. Henry and
Mr. Davis. but the meetings were con-
ducted mostly by Mr. Lawrence Burek
and Miss Louise Wilson from the Ann
Arbor "Youth for Christ" chapter.
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