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Page 68 text:
The Camera Club, alThough small,
had a very imporTanT parT in The life
of our school. They Took and pro-
cessed all The picfures for our school
newspaper, in which phofography
is so imporTanT. ln The school dark-
room, among dingy lighTs and chem-
icals, Their members worked many
long hours afTer school To meeT The
AfTer overcoming The problems in-
volved in Their work, we feel proud
of our Camera Club for The fine work
They have conTribuTed To The paper.
The officers are: Jim Spellman, presi-
denT, and Harley' ChrisT, vice-presi-
denT. Members are Tom Hawkins
and Karl Taylor.
Back row: G. LiTTIer, K. Hornback, B. Prather, J. Myers, S. Slemons, H. Irvine. Third
row: N. Kinn, L. Olson, J, Harwell, T. Chase, N. Elgar, B. Lubin. Second row: E. Kem-
sky, J. Lyons, T. Covello, B. Jimenez, C. Mason, R. STipp. From row: K. Mellecker, C.
Price, M. O'Toole, M. Magie.
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Buck row: H. Christ, J. Spellman.
Front row: T. Hawkins, K. Taylor.
Fx 'ri IL 5
This year The fuTure Teachers were
assigned To Teachers in Their subiecT
field choices. They also received a
good look aT Their fuTure careers
when They observed Teachers in The
elemenfary schools of our disTricT.
An all-day conference for poTenTial
Teachers culminaTed mosT of The
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This Y-Teen group carried with it the ever-present
enthusiasm and spirit that were typical of this
year's freshman class.
Under the fine leadership of Miss Margee Mohr,
faculty adviser, Rosemary Ipsen, student adviser,
and Rosie Williams, president, the ninth grade
Y-Teens planned and carried out a very active
One of the highlights of the year was the formal
installation of officers in the Little Theater.
On December 19, they brought the Christmas
spirit to a portion of Temple City in the form of
a caroling party.
Early in the spring, sleepy Y-Teens were dragged
out of their nice warm beds for a "come-as-you-
All these events combined to make an active and
Officers Back row: Shirley Cutler, Program Chairman, Charlou Rob-
erts, l.C.C. Representative, Shirley Tschan, Treasurer, Rosie Williams,
President. Front row: Michelle Adkins, Sergeant-at-Arms, Linda
Rokes, Secretary, Karen Engebretsen, Vice-President.
Back row: R. Ipsen, K. Springer, L. Engel, B. Kahn, S, Cutler, J. Funk, R. Nelson, S. Tschan, C. Grossman, J. Muck, L. Rokes, J. Million,
M. Nelson. Third row: V, Ipsen, R. Mannina, M. McCune, C. Hanson, E. Ross, B. Ruwet, J. Peckham, J. Warner, K. Kramer, C. Robinson,
E, Sisola. Second row: C. Crosby, L. De Martino, K. Engebretson, R. Nelsen, C, Less, P. Kirby, S. Gray, B. Johnson, C. Roberts, C, Sweet,
C, Minsky, B, Glick. Front row: S. Holmes, P. Megahan, M. Adkins, K, Brown, J, Peroni, L, Cook, S. Kratochvil, C. Johnson.
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Back row: M. Gail, B. Evans, T. Chase, T. Rinaman, C. Johnson, R. Meeker, Mr. Mickel-
son. Third row: H. Judy, K. Schneider, W. Triay, L. Nelson, J. Blakesley, N. Kinn. Second
row: B. Adams, C. ScoTT, N. Moore, J. Van Pienbroek, M. MorTen, L. WeTmore. Front
row: L. Morris, B. Johnson.
The chief aims of The Radio and
Hams Club were To develop an in-
TeresT in The field of elecTronics and
To aid sTudenTs who were inTeresTed
in acquiring Their omofeur radio li-
Under The direcTion of MarTy Pelko
ond Harold Onderdonk, They were
kepT busy esfablishing a sTaTion
here QT Temple CiTy, learning code,
plus buying and using new equip-
A good Time was had by all on a
field Trip To Radio STaTion KMPC,
where They were Taken on a guided
FirsT-hand experiences such as These
helped To make This a Top-noTch
The Ski Club sTarTed off iTs fosT-fly-
ing evenfs wiTh a demonsTroTion on
skiing principles. In Januciry The
group wenT To Green Valley To go
skiing. Everyone was able To go be-
cause skis were provided for Those
who did noT own Them.
Skiing, hiking, waTer sporfs, and wa-
Ter skiing were some of The many
acTiviTies engaged in by The club.
Under Tom Rinamoin as presidenT,
The club had a full school year of
Buck row: Mr. Pelka, E. Bradley, R. Shideler, S. Powell, L. McMeen. Middle row C
McCreery, J. Walker, R. Nunn, R. Burkholder. Front row: J. Sippel, S. Blakesley, S. Love
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