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Page 11 text:
The Student Co-Operative Association Members are: Junior Bowling, Ricky Miller, Marty Coke, Marsha Waters, Mark Mahonen, Jill Kimberly, Mike Kirby, Diane Wade, Toni Youngblood, Sheila Fultz, Susan Pollen, Don Hawamoto, Roy Torrence, Andy Sailor, Laurie Williamson, Bob Sulukman, Drew Calvin, David Hess, Kay Talhelm, Cliff Gilespie, Bill Junk, Donna Jones, Mary Butler, David Wood, Dwight Hamner, Donna Shoemaker, Johnny Clark, Bobby Thomas, Marcia Cicero, John McHugh, Sheila Davis, Paul Sisk, Jane Bond, Mary Hawn, Donna Simmons, Allen Steinert, Peggy Ramsey, Jim Lyles, Denny Hennigan, Jane Jennings, Diane Dix, Tom Leahey, Don Vaughn, Mark Hatton, Jeff Burke, John Sherwood, Jeff Baskin, Robin Oldacre, Susan Gaston, Andy Mackel, Dale Sheads, Kathy Morgannon, Barbara Hayes, and Bill Anderson. 9 li SCA Officers. President, Jeff Armentrout Vice President, Sally Darden Treasurer, Scott Scheutz Secretary, Marty Darden Reporter, Greg Sweetland Em H 3 - Hj
Page 10 text:
Washington Irvings’ Legislative Body, This year the Student Co-operative Association has done the following things: 1. Revised the academic letter point system. 2. Adopted a South Vietnamese boy and sent him money and presents. 3. Sponsored an orientation program for seventh grade students. 4. Guided parents on Back-to-School Night. 5. Sponsored door decorating contest at Christmas. 6. Helped with building and grounds improvement. 7. Proposed and organized a new lunch seating arrangement. 8. Inducted new members into the National Junior Honor Society. 9. Sent delegates to district SCA conference in Quantico, Virginia. 10. Sent a delegate to the state conference at Richmond. 11. Held a contest for the school motto. 12. Landscaped area between the two wings. 13. Sponsor e4 r %ve to raise funds for the Kennedy library. Student govr ' 1 ' ' rings were held on Fridays in the Band Room, even during the late-bus r h was insured by new amendments to the school constitu¬ tion which prr J JfJBs for those absent without an excuse. One of the uigH , ■ the year for SCA members was the field trip Mrs. Springer, group sponsor, tookcL on in the spring. This is the first year that the SCA has gone on a field trip. 8
Page 12 text:
Favorite Publications: The Wisp, Our Paper, r 7 1 - ■ H jsj J Iff The major change in both publications this year was a shift to more student respon¬ sibility. WISP staffers glued up their own " dummy. " They said that it was like working a gluey jigsaw puzzle. Sketch Book people typed their own copy, and did the student and teacher sections all by themselves. The WISP dummy must be very accurate because it is photographed and the photo¬ graphs are used to print the paper. The Sketch Book student sections are the longest and most important part of that book. Staffers had to alphabetize and list over 1,300 names, draw up sheets to put them on, and see that they got to the typing staff. Pic¬ tures had to be numbered and labled for each page. This year ' s Sketch Book staff is listed in front of the book. The WISP editorial staff follows: Editor -- Sharon Patchak Feature Editor -- Donna Ohr Art Editors -- Tom Leahy, Karen Morris Club Editor -- Jess Totten Fashion Editor -- Patty Bandyk Literary Editor -- Jan Carson Sports Editors -- Sally Darden, James McNab, Wendy McRae, Dennis Talton. 10
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