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DO class reunites after day ' s work to review problems encountered in the real world of the skilled tradesman. DO enacts an in-school birth of a salesman Hoping to keep up with the latest developments in the business world, DO members leaf through current publications. Who else but the DO Club could find a mechanic, a paint mixer, a welder, and an Argus staff member, exchanging ideas with each other about their jobs? In the Diversified Occupa¬ tions Club students prepared for their future, gaining up-to- date knowledge about their chosen occupation. By using the skills acquired in their training, DO students enriched their families and communities long after school graduation. A bowling and Halloween party were highlights of the DO Club during this year. All of the DO activities were held with CWT. 140
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GAA officers, Paula Froude, president; Melodie Maisenbach, treasurer; Leanna Nelson, vice president; and Marde Carbone secretary, find the girls ' locker room a convenient place for picture taking. Debbie Bennett, whose costume won second place, exhibits her creation. Bonnie Howell participates in games at the GAA masquerade party. 139
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Students utilize talents outside classroom Active Rocky students whose common interest was to use in¬ school and on-the-job train¬ ing in preparation for their fu¬ ture were spirited members of the CWT Club. The Coopera¬ tive Work Training Club con¬ ducted their first meeting of the year with combined attrac¬ tions of picnic and band ac¬ companiment. In conjunction with the Diversified Occupa¬ tions Club, the CWT Club held their annual Christmas party, this year in the home of their sponsor. With these social ac¬ tivities combined with their school studies they worked to¬ wards commercial success. CWT students seek prospects for employment as they look forward to using their newly-acquired commercial skills. After viewing a film dealing with choosing a career, students pool their knowledge of various job opportunities. Ml
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