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Page 65 text:
Future Medios are: Row 1--R. Powell, B, Shannahan, S.
Stoll, C, Mirley, B, Louis. Row 2--B, Cottingham, B,
Wagner, K. Davis, J, Gibbons, D, Burkhart, E, Higley,
J, Decker, M, Govier, M, Spurgeon, L, Powers, Mr.
FMA Visits MU Medical Center
Jean Ummel, senior, prepares Tim Friedricks for a
Trips to the University of Missouri Medical Center
in Columbia, Mo. and to the sanitarium in Fulton, Mo.
were the highlights of this year for Future Medical As-
sociation CFMAJ members.
Numerous guest speakers were also present for
their regular monthly meetings. Those included Mr.
Robert Masters, who spoke on medical technology, Dr.
James Thomas, whose topic was medicine as a profes-
sion, and Mrs. Alma Johnson, who discussed the re-
wards of a nursing career.
Sue Stoll presided at organization meetings, Mary
Ahland served as vice-presidentg and Carol Mirly was
Page 64 text:
Members of Modern Music Masters are: Row 1--H.
Vance, J, Brown, J, Roberts, P, Elliott, K, King, P,
Oakes, E, Tappmeyer, E, Higley, D, Geers, J, Null,
J. Schooler, J, Brenneisen. Row 2--J, Schwab, S, Brase,
K, Pauley, L, Powers, T, Martin, P, Erickson, R,
Powell, M, Riden, S, Stoll, S, Glenn, D, Wehmeier, J,
Schooler. Row 3--N. Laird, M, Govier, N. Rowden, D,
Persing, L, Loughridge, V, Ellis, J, Vickers, P. Cleve-
Edi Tappmeyer served as MMM president during the
land, S, Hale, C, Crain, M, Tucker, S, Da.nie11s.Row
4--M, Masters, M, Hall, S, Palmer, V, Warrick, B,
Carnaha.n, K, Barr, D, Shackleford, P, Wishon, L, Rusch,
T, Carney, V. Vogeler, P. Null. Row 5--P, Roberts, J,
Govier, T, Ellis, A, Sachs, T, Friederichs, T, Bloch,
W, Coy, A, Arthur, M, Guffey, F, Renick. Row 6--Mr.
Cleveland, M, Cleveland, S, LeMasters, D. Harper, M,
If you were stopped by afrantic student requesting
your signature in his or her little black book, you would
have learned that he or she was an MMM apprentice.
The Modern Music Masters initiation of 15 new members
in October began the new year.
MMM is an honor society for music-minded students
of at least average scholastic ability Cwith the exception
of music courses, in which a grade of a B must be main-
Edi Tappmeyer served as president, other officers
were Ellie Higley, vice-president, Pam Oakes, secretary,
Kathy King, treasurer, and Debbie Geers, historian. Mr.
William Berry and Mr. Harold Cleveland served as co-
Page 66 text:
Future teachers are: Row 1--H, Peeler, N. Rowden, C
Simpson, B, Glidwell, S, Leonard. Row 2--P, Oakes, D,
Burkhart, N, Luebert, J. Hatfield. Row 3--S, Brase, M
Tucker, R, Powell, K, Pauley. Row 4--J, Harris, P
Tucker, L. Rusch, M, Masters, B, Alley, B, Brantley.
Row 5--B. Rogers, A, Flemming, L, Brown, L, Roberts.
Row 6--Mrs. Jensen, D, Wilson, D, Marek, L. Adam
Holds Book Sale
Practice teaching in Ro1la's elementary and junior
high schools topped the events on the 1965-66 calendar
of the Future Teachers of America CFTAJ. Each of the
30 apprentice teachers "took a turn" in a classroom and
A book fair, which added S300 to the club's bank
account, a formal tea honoring Rolla High's teachers,
and preparation of aChristmas basket for a needy family
rounded out FTA's projects for the year.
Heading the list of officers was Nancy Rowden,
president, Sharon Leonard, vice-president, and Carmen
Mrs. Velma Jensen, sponsor, talks
about a career in teaching at one
of the regular night meetings.
Students look over the selection of
new books at the second annualbook
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