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Page 78 text:
F. T. .
Row 1 -Jenny Williams, Miss Betty Stohler, Irma Hampton, Hollars, Judy Cox, Kathy Doolittle, Joan Wright, and Joyce San-
Diane Studebaker, Ginny Adams, Pat Sumwalt, Miss Helen Mor- ders. Row 3-Merrill Stong, Marsha Sipe, and Pat McBride.
rison, and Pat Rawlings. Row 2-Roxanna Carter, Linda Case, Row 4-Donna Martz, Larry Houk, Elaine Westerman, Jimmy
Cynthia Miller, Paula Williams, Jane Terry, Betty Reese, Brenda Stewart, Ann Norris, and Ron Green.
Organization of Southside's Future Teachers of America offered students an
opportunity to learn more about the teaching profession. The club was open to
students who were interested in becoming acquainted with the training opportuni-
ties, responsibilities, problems, and the importance of teaching in our democracy.
Panel discussions were staged for the purpose of explaining different areas
of teaching. Regular business and program meetings were held during each month.
In April, Delta Kappa Gamma held a tea at Southside to honor FTA members
and exploratory teachers from Burris, Central, and Southside.
Presiding over the group were Jenny Williams, president: Diane Studebaker,
vice-presidentg Virginia Adams, secretary, Irma Hampton, treasurer, and Pat Sum-
walt, historian. Miss Helen Morrison and Miss Betty Stohler were sponsors.
Page 77 text:
Row 1-John Vonderschmitt, Jim Slone, Doug Williams, Jim Mills, Steve Baize, Steve
Jones, Jim Miller, Carl Tyler, Jim Leffler, Dave Carmichael. Row 2-Dick Valos, Leslie
Coop, Larry Vorhees, Randy Voke, Randy Lykins, Joe Greer, Bob Adams, Charles Con-
ant, Mike Bilbry, Larry Adams, Bob Barrett, Clifford Beckham, Nick Donati, Frank
Bmu-3- , DavH6Hw Stackhouse, Rolla Adams, Steve
Garrison, Brad Priest, Dale Marks, Larry Decker, Robert Williamson, William Perry,
Jerry Haverstick, Daskell Slone, Tom Leake.
To help maintain high standards of Christian living in the school, home, and
community is the purpose of the Muncie Southside Hi-Y. The 32 members of this
club were under the supervision of Mr. Robert Swander and lVlr. Dewaine Alley.
Collecting for the March of Dimes was one of the activities of the organiza-
Officers for the year were Steve Baize, president, Jim Mills, vice-president,
Steve Jones, secretary, Jim Miller, treasurer, Claude Petty, chaplain, Doug
Williams, sgt.-at-arms: and Jim Slone, historian.
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