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SPANISH AND MEXICAN CUSTOMS INTRIGUE begin mer ' Can Leagrue members en J°y posing for a picture while they wait for their monthly meeting to Francie Eldred, Secretary-Treasurer; Alberta Tolson President; and Judy Kaplan, Vice-President, examine materials which will be used to high-light a League meeting. PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE
Page 155 text:
Controlling the activities of Hi-Y are Phil Burke, Treasurer; Gary Schuster, Secretary; Larry Turnip- seed, President; Terry Baltzer, Chaplain; Jan DeVoider, Sergeant-at-arms; and Rick MacMilhan, Vice-President. The boys of Hi-Y continued pro¬ grams of both cultural and social meetings this year. Meetings held at the Y.M.C.A. each month included movies, interesting speakers, and so¬ cial activities. The boys also con¬ tinued their trips to the East Moline Hospital to entertain patients with games and refreshments. Other ac¬ tivities of Hi-Y include the camp-out, hosting Y-Canteen and publishing the student directory. Hi-Y boys clown in front of the camera after their Wednesday meeting at the YMCA.
Page 157 text:
MEMBERS OF PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE For students of Spanish, the language comes alive in Pan American League. The Spanish people, their explo¬ sive music, fiery dances, sports, peppery food, and customs, become well known to the League members through speakers, movies, and demonstrations during the meetings. The highlight of the year is the annual pinata party. Students participate in this Spanish Christmas festival by singing, eating, and breaking the gaily deco¬ rated p i n a t a s filled with candies. Through programs such as these. Pan American League provides fun, fellow¬ ship, and enlightenment for members. To the delight of Pan American League members. Miss Maria Meier demonstrates a cape dance while garbed in an authentic suit of lights. The large membership of Pan-American League neighbors south of the border. is an example of the interest shown in our PAN-AMERICAN LEAGUE 153
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