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Bob Wiesenthal was selected to represent Waterford
High School at Badger Boys' state held at Ripon College
from June 9th through 16th. Boys were sent by the various
American Legion Posts throughout the state in cooperation
with many other civic organizations. The main purpose of
the camp was to give the citizens of Badger Boys' State
an opportunity to participate in the actual operation of a
democratic form of government. Bob was sponsored by the
Waterford High School's representative to Badger
Girls' State, held at Madison in June, was Lorraine Frenz.
It is at Badger Girls' State girls have an opportunity
to learn and to put into practice the principles of munici-
pal, county. and state government. From the state group
two girls are elected to attend the sessions of Girls' Nation,
where they participate in the functions of government at
the national level.
Attendance at Badger Girls' State is an opportunity
offered every other year to a girl in the junior class at
Waterford by the American Legion Auxiliary, Post No. 20.
In addition to the valuable experience in civic affairs,
Waterford American Legion Post No. 20.
In recalling his experience Bob said: "The benefits of
the camp cannot be measured, for those of us who attended
will value our week at Badger Boys' State for our entire
life-time. The things we learned about citizenship and pol-
itics, and the recreational and social opportunities we en-
joyed will always be remembered as one of the most valu-
able and enjoyable weeks we have ever spent."
ing friends with other girls from various parts of the state.
Dolores Brown was Waterford's winner of the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow
Award. Dolores received a pin and the right to enter the state Betty Crocker contest.
Competition is sponsored annually by the General Mills Company and is open to all
senior girls in high schools throughout the country. The written examinations test the girls'
knowledge of homemaking abilities and reflect their attitudes as future homemakers.
Each state winner receives a S1500 scholarship and a trip to Washington, D.C., Wil-
liamsburg, Virginia, and New York City.
Lorraine was enthusiastic about the opportunity for mak-”