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IIOIM, TO DECIDE nhich nursing school to attend are the officers of the future Nurses of America. They arc Ellen liurke. Susie Fenste rhusc h, Linda Moen, Susan Jackson, and Het¬ ty lffland. Through Movies on Disease, Future Nurses Learn How to Help Members of the Future Nurses are girls who have already decided that their career is to be in the medical field. With this in mind, speakers and programs concerning this profess¬ ion are obtained for their meetings. Tours are arranged so that the girls will have an opportunity to see the various facilities offered around the (Juad-Cities area for (lighter learning in this field. Since those interested in this type of public-service vocation are usually interested in human welfare, this club is also a very active participant in drives for money to combat dis- e ase. The major ones they participate in are the Heart Fund and the Mus¬ cular Dystrophy Drive. Another very important function e f this club is helping the school nurse, Mrs. Matilda Bacon, who is the club’s sponsor, in the clinic each day. One girl is assigneel to her per period. Future Nurses also help the school. They are the ones whe arrange for the sale e»f Re cky bookcovers at the beginning of each se mester. GIRLS INTERESTED IN a nursing career are gathered here as mem hers of the Rocky Future Nurses of America organization. FUTURE NURSES 16
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GLENDA EATON, PRESIDENT of the Future Homemaker in¬ spect the dishes kept on display in the Living Center. 160 FHA
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J. B., a modern adaptation of the hook of Job in the Bible, was chosen this year for the Dramatic (dub play, the first dramatic presentation of the year. The play was under the direction of Miss E. Dorothy Peterson, speech teacher and club spon¬ sor. At the first monthly meeting of the Dramatic Club, Miss Pete showed slides and presented a trav¬ elogue of her Scandinavian trip the previous sum¬ mer. In October, the annual Halloween party was held, as was the Christmas party in December. At this party, the members were entertained by soph¬ omores, who presented their Christmas mono¬ logues they had written for their speech I classes. In the spring, the members journeyed to a local theatre for the annual spring Theatre Party to ob¬ serve professional acting techniques. The Dramat¬ ic Club also sponsored a queen candidate for the Kiwanis Carnival in the spring. This year, the club membership reached one- hundred students. The club is open to all Juniors and Seniors interested in drama; however, it is not mandatory for the members to be speech students. LEADING THE Dramat ic Cluti in another successful year are officer Tom ManteufTel, president; Joy Gold- farb, treasurer; Pam Meunch, secretary; and Peter Settle, vice president. Rocky Dramatic Club Thespians Present J.K., Hold Theater Party IIIF. MANY members of the Dramatic Club displayed their talents and interests in drama and speech in numerous club activities. 162 DRAMATIC CLUB
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