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A LOT OF work ond study ore in store for these Future Nurses. They ore, FRONT ROW: Edna Togerson, Gwen Cole, Linda Appleton, Diane Petit. SECOND ROW: Debbie Breckenbridge, Theresa Kinne, Julie Delmore, Renee Locket, Betsy Scheck, Lois Atkins. BACK ROW: Rosemary Foster, Patty Resse. Future Nurses Serve As Clinic Assistants With all of the new developments in the fields of medicine and research this past year the future Nurses learned many new and interesting facts. One of the club ' s many functions was to help Mrs. Norine Hall, the club ' s new sponsor, in the clinic each day. With the programs centered around films, lectures, and tours to out-of-town hospitals the Future Nurses ' membership grew gradually this past year. FNA OFFICERS APPEAR at ease in the clinic as they discuss their fu¬ ture in nursing. They are Debbie Breckenbridge, treasurer; Edna To¬ gerson, vice-president; Gwen Cole, president; Diane Petit, secretary. FUTURE NURSES LISTEN to a guest speaker talk of her past nursing experiences. 187
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FHA to Become Home Economics Club FHA MEMBERS AND their advisor, Mrs. Florence Casten, listen to o guest speaker and learn the basics for running a smooth home. October marked the organization of the FHA Club when officers were elected and dues of 35 cents a se¬ mester decided on. This club has no money-making pro¬ jects and works entirely from dues. Mrs. Cervantes, Home Ec. instructor, talked of her work with the Quaker Oats Co. when she helped on developing new products. She also told the girls of her experience working for an airline. In December the members enjoyed a Christmas party, fixing their own refreshments. There are, at pre¬ sent, 20 members. State FHA has disbanded; so next year, girls interested in sewing and cooking after regular school hours may join the ' " Home Economics Club. ' " FUTURE HOMEAAAKER MEMBER examines cooking utensils. FUTURE HOMEMAKER OFFICERS: Brenda Jones, vice-president; Rosemary Johnson, president; Adena Kershner, secretary, demonstrate the preparation of nutritious meals. 186
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DO Gain Experience Outside of Class DO STUDENTS COMPARE notes about various jobs. They are, FRONT ROW: Dale Wingler, Donna Beam, David Lovett, Fred Neujahr, Kenneth Bratsch. SECOND ROW: Brian Palmer, Jim Winfree. Janice Campana, Linda Carlton. STANDING: Norman Johnson. Henry Lanoo, Robert Eckler. Work was combined with activity as the twenty-nine members of the Diversified Occupations club took part in many school functions. The club sold taffy apples in the cafeteria at noon, ran the concession stands at a football game and sponsored an after game dance during the basketball season. DO club also held a welcoming pizza party and dance at the Moose club for members of the CWT organization. The club held few meetings in an effort to save money for future activities. TALKING ABOUT THEIR experiences, DO students spend a morning in class. They are, FRONT ROW: BACK TO FRONT. David Lesley, Nancy Inch, Debbie Inloes. Tom Swank. SECOND ROW: Christine Williams. Patrick Moody, Charles Sargent, Lorraine Russell. THIRD ROW: Garrel Rottman Diana Nolan, Borboro Silknitter, Ken. Pedersen. FOURTH ROW: Leo Miller, Delores Wes.morelond, Sue Boomershine, Tom Jones. BACK ROW: Ron Shehorn Roetta Richardson, Richard Kemp. 188
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