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Eor'thr 'year l9HU-MQ the Future Homemakers of
America were quite busy. Two meetinjs were held each
month, a buviness meeting and a night meeting. Octo-
ber 19, l9L9 was installation of officers. The fol-
lowing officers were installed: President, Marilyn
Watkins, Vice-President, Marcella Park, Secretary,
Barbara Dial, Treasurer, Osa Hay Crowdson, Parliamen-
tarian, Eva Chandler, Reporter, Patsy Stoutenborough,
Cynthia Dickey, Historian, Jeannine Winters, Song Lea-
der, and Judith Gilman, Pianist. Our advisor is Miss
Evelyn Mangold. This year there are M6 members. An
Advisory Council--Mrs. Everett Dickey is the past
Chapter Mother, Mrs. Glenn Stoutenborough, present
Chapter Mother and Irs. Walter Dipper, who will be
Chapter Mother next year--has helped in many ways and
the FHA appreciates the tine they have given.
Some of the various activities
The observance of National FHA Week,
Decatur, a Halloween Party given for
fare Home, a bakery sale in Decatur,
this year were:
a field trip to
the Girls' Wel-
and the sale of
plastics. They have had demonstrations on gift wrap-
ping, make-up, parliamentary procedure, houseplants
and spring flowers.i They also have
meetings this summer.
planned to hold
This year there were So members in the Girls'
Athletic Association. The officers were: President,
Marjorie Lehn, Vice-President, Dolores Dipper, Secre-
tary, Patricia Blythe, Treasurer, Barbara Dial, Song
Leader, Janice Cooper, Pianist, Judith Gilman, and
Point Chairman, Marcella Park and Ann Rotz. Miss
Helen Norton, Girls' Physical Education Instructor,
The various activities of the GAA were: Hikes,
Skating Party, and Girls' Basketball an' Volleyball
Tournaments. The Sophomores winning the Basketball
Tournament and the Juniors winning the Volleyball
Tournament. The annual Mother-Daughter Banquet was
very nice, and the menu tasty. The Junior-Senl
served the banquet. After the banquet there were
vocal solos and movies which were interestiaj
As usual, the GAA plans to send two girls to
Leadership Training Caun at East Bay, Bloomington,
The NWN Club consisted of lS members this year.
As everyone probably knows, every boy who receives a
letter automatically becones a member. The NWN Club
bought our new basketball outfits and soae new equip-
ment. As the team was so victorious this season, the
NWN Club bought them meals after the important games
they won. Coach Drummond is their advisor. -
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