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STUDENT COUNCIL-MR. JAMES MORTON-ADVISOR
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TOP ROW: T. Price, D. Hronis, M. Bailey, J. Lindsay, D. Cole, C. Dunham, S. Elwood, L.
Nichols, C. Loveless, L. Gumaer, G. Marks, G. Sorochinsky, B. Kellogg. SECOND ROW: Mr.
Morton, L. Leahy, J. Baldwin, P. Mortenson, L. Hayes, B. Fortunato, D. Wade, L. West, D.
Greene, S. Clark, K. Potter, J. Driscoll, M. Wyskowski. BOTTOM ROW! D. Tennant, Treas.,
G. Friman, Honorary Member, J. Clark, Public Relations Officer, B. Baxter, Sect., J. Ty-
meson, Vice-Pres., Edna McCulloch, President.
Members prepare for COUNCIL CHAOS.
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Edna leads the Council meeting.
Student Council has gotten off to a
good and prosperous year. The council
is functioning under a new constitution
providing for a public relations officer
and separate club and class representa-
The council has adopted a new two-fold
philosophy, service to both school and
community. Many separate projects en-
compass this new idea. The new student
handbook, bulletin board, morning an-
nouncements, student-faculty debate and
refreshment stand at home games. In a
program to help others they became fos-
ter parents to a South Vietnamese child,
ran a Kool-aid campaign for servicemen
in Vietnam and collected money for some
Christmas seals. Also the council has
sponsored an assembly with the foreign
exchange student Gunnar Friman, a Christ-
mas color day and class skits.
The council has also been active this
year on the state and district level.
The council is a member of the National
Association of Student Councils, the
New York State Association of Student
Councils, and District XI Chapter of the
N.Y.S. ASC. The council also undertook
the possibility of reformation of the
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right: Joan Glezen, Treas., Bill
Lewis, Pres., Lori Gumaer, Vice Pres.,
Janet Lewis, Sect.
3. 14. Easter Vacation
19. Cheerleaders Dance
21. Track - Homer
25. Track - At Chenango Forks Vs. N.V. Q
26. Dramatic Club Play
28. Baseball - At Greene
29. Track - At Windsor
1. Baseball - Chenango Forks
2. Track - Sidney
5. Baseball - Newark Valley
8. Baseball - Greene
9. 10. Music Concert
10. Track Class B. Section IV Relays - At
12. Baseball - At Chenango Forks
13. Track - Chenango Forks
14. Softball - Chenango Forks - Delhi
15. Baseball - At Newark Valley
16. Track - Sus. League Meet
17. Junior Prom
19. Baseball - Greene
20. Track E Field - Walton
21. Track - Greene Q Windsor - At Windsor
22. Baseball - Chenango Forks
22. Archery - Badminton - Tennis - Greene
26. Baseball - Newark Valley
27. Track - Section IV Zone Trials - Homer
28. Track E Field - Home
31. Track - Section IV Finals - Endicott
2. Baseball Championship Game
3. Track - Parkhurst Invitational
4. Track - At Homer
7. Track - State Intersectionals
16. 19. Regents
21. Alumni Banquet
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Nancy Tymeson, President, Lois Leahy, Secre
tary-Treasurer, Gerry Marks, Vice President
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Gunnar and his serious friends
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Debbie Nichols E Gunnar discuss fu
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This year the Whitney Point Senior
High School students were very happy to
welcome Carl Gunnar Friman of Boras,
Sweden, as this year's Rotary Exchange
Student. During his stay, which lasted
from August 1968 to July 1969, Gunnar
had stayed with eight local families.
Born November 28, 1950, Gunnar is the
third of four children. While here, he
has enjoyed both his academic and soctd
life a great deal. His interests range
from golf and skiing to McDonald's fast
service. After the completion of his
visit, he plans to complete his remain-
ing year of high school and go on to a
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