Pinckney High School - Pirate Log Yearbook (Pinckney, MI)

 - Class of 1971

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Mr. Crumback gives money to Sue. Well, last year it was Margaret Wollenhaupt. Who will it be this time around? What lucky senior Business Club member will win the "outstand- ing business nwardj' which includes fifty dollars in cash? The 1970-71 Business Club was run very much like a Junior Achievement program in which they formed small companies that sold u widely assorted number of products. The club con- sisted of thirty members who met not more than twice a month. Their spon- sor, Mr. Crumback, was of great help to these young executives. Assets+Liabilit :Proprietorship The 1970-71 Business Club.

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The 1971 Spanish Club. 6 Como Estd Usted ? lil toro! This year's Spanish Club was sponsored by Mrs. Osburn and during the year operated around the idea of enjoying the Spanish lan- guage and Spanish customs. Its chief purpose was to present Spanish in such a way that it was a fun thing to do. They accomplished this by performing short skits within the club, eating a Spanish dinner, viewing the play, "The Man ol' La Mancha," and having a "Pinata Party" at Christmas time. They met once a month and would play Spanish games. They also had a float and car in the Homecoming Parade, quite a feat for a first year organization. Sponsor, Mrs. Osburn. t, 4 I 1 i



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Front: Mrs. Janowski. Back row: B, Zezulka, S, Glowaki, D. Rowell, McKnight, K. Las B. Holcomb, P. Salyer, L. Robinson, C. Reck, D. Krahn, R. Reed, M. Even the most patient get disgusted. zlo, M. Surgcnor, D. Aschenbrenner. Moll 's Little Helpers The office aides this year were an integral part of our school. They worked to provide the necessary or- ganization that a successful high school office needed. Mrs. Janowski and Mrs. Hassan along with their able corps of helpers kept the records straight, relayed telephone messages, and counted class absences. The students of P.H.S. owe grati- tude to the office aides of 1970-71 for the efficient service that they provided.

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