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Culinary, sewing skills taught to homemakers If you smell something good cooking, then it must be the Home Economics Club in ac¬ tion preparing one of their many superb delicacies. The club participated in many ac¬ tivities that taught domestic skills. The club met once each month with an intriguing program planned for each meeting. At an early session, French foreign exchange student, Sylvie Mathe, gave an expansive lecture on the French homemaker. In two later meetings the girls learned the art of crocheting. Displaying their wares are Home Ec Club officers Jolene Mincer, treasurer; Gloria Heard, secretary; Kathy Davis, president. Newly-acquired skills are put to use by aspiring seamstresses. Future homemakers learn skills and techniques in quickly creating a dress. 173
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Mickey O ' Melia, Mark McMillan, Debbie Bunch, and Duane Taylor pause after judging the Literary Club magazine. Young critics find fulfillment in analysis Chairmen of the Literary Club are Kathy Books, Duane Taylor, and Dan Murphy. The increase of literary in¬ terest among students was the goal of the Literary Club. The club divided itself into two sections. The Literary Criticism section aimed at an exchange and expansion of ideas. Some of the books reviewed in¬ cluded Fountainhead, The Once and Future King, and Space Odyssey. The Creative Writing portion of the club devoted itself to criticism of student-written material. Much o f this work later appeared in the spring Literary Club maga¬ zine, which was judged and edited by a club committee and advisors. 172
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Pan Am cabinet members are, SEATED , Tom Blakley, Lenny Kelinson, Kathy Books. STANDING , Alma Herrera, Lynette Beinke, Tish Burke, Missy Lawhorn, Kathy Hillan, Debbie Fenton, Sandy Dean, Chris Thompson, Pat Bowman, Diane Potter, Joan DeBarr. Pinata, tacos representative of Latin Ameri Students learn customs of Mexico as Mr. Blomberg begins a hat dance. Judy Dobbler helps organize the preparations for the pinata party. 174
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