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LIBRARY HELPERS-MISS SANDRA RAFTER
TOP ROWS T. Price, D. Love, T. Smith, J. Smith, J. Lamb, L. Pratt, B. Short. SECOND
ROW: P. Harper, W. Richardson, S. Moyer, G. Lindsay, C. Loveless, K. Aylesworth, L.
Schaff. NOT IN PICTURE: N. Bryant, D. Wade, J. Lindsay, D. Eggleston.
The library club members work in the li-
brary on a day-to-day basis to be of as-
sistance to the student body by helping
them to use the library facilities to
their fullest extent. They also aid the
Librarian in keeping the entire system
in working order. This involves the
cataloguing of new books, pamphlets,
magazines, and audio visual materials
that are available for the use of the
entire school body. The Pamphlet-clip-
ping files are recent features that are
being added to the library.
Future Homemakers of America
FHA goal is to aid individuals in im-
proving personal, family and community
living. They work toward this goal in
and through their programs and activi-
ties. Their theme this year, HHealth--
a valuable assetu has enabled them to
undertake many varied activities. The
girls were honored at being the host
school for the F.H.A. District Rally in
the fall, in which Dina Hronis is a dis-
trict officer. Their many interesting
programs deal with subjects ranging from
the care and styling of wigs to films
on smoking and drinking and the ways in
which it affects the body. Officers
from the Binghamton police department
spoke to the organization on drugs and
ways to help those who are taking them.
The future of FHA club promises to be a
very interesting one with films, speech-
es and discussions on health and related
topics. Everyone looked forward to the
State FHA meeting in April, which encom-
passed the election of officers for the
fall and their senior recognition picnic
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-MRS. RAYMA WILSON
TOP ROW! J. Lamb, P. Harper, M. Henderson, N. Ticknor, L. Edmister, D. Croll. BOTTOM
ROW: Mrs. Wilson, E. Fetterman, D. Hohmann, Song-Recreation Leader, A. Lewis, Secretary
D. Traver, Vice President, D. Irish, President, D. Hronis, Treasurer.
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YNTEEETSWR . THEODORE CORTEVILLE
TOP ROW: J. Jackson, D. Hibbard, B. Kellogg, K. Sprague, T. Hibbard, R. Coles. SECOND
ROW: D. Simpson, R. Manwaring, D. Cave, B. Hill,R. Potter, E. Czebiniak, Mr. Corteville,
advisor. BOTTOM ROW: R. Hill, C. Piech, B. Baxter, D. Hronis, G. Sorochinsky.
Interact is a worldwide, Rotary sponsor-
ed organization of young men interested
in the promotion of international under-
standing. Interact would like to recog-
nize and develop constructive leadership
and personal integrity in its members.
Also it would like to aid in furthering
increased knowledge and understanding
of community and World Affairs. Under
the guidance of Mr. Corteville, Mr.
Smith, and Mr. Mullins the group has
sponsored roller skating, and a Dental
Health Week and a Blood Bank to promote
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA
Future Teachers of America, under the
guidance of Mrs. Greene, was organized
for the purpose of learning about the
opportunities, responsibilities, prob-
lems and importance of teaching, as well
as the exploration of the requirements
and preparation for being a teacher. To
further this goal the group has partici-
pated in their district meeting at Spen-
cer Van-Eten School, and exchange pro-
gram of members participating in another
school systems daily life and a trip to
the State University of N.Y. The group
learned a great deal from guest speakers
who talked to them on student teaching
and counciling. These interesting ac-
tivities have proved to make it a re-
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA-MRS. ALICE GREENE
TOP ROW: P. Schermerhorn, T. Price, R. Manwaring, W. Iwaniuk, K. Lamb, M. Stur-
devant, G- J2CkS0n, D- Hibbard, B. Kellogg, SECOND ROW: D. Cole, E. McCulloch,
J. Kircher, D. Sorochinsky, R. Morse, M. Bailey, S. Elwood, G. Sorochinsky, J.
Johnston, R. Hill, E. Hanzlik, M. Wilcox. BOTTOM ROW: C. Dunham, K. Gruesbeck,
J. Chapman, S. Bryant, E. Phillips, M. Wyskowski, S. Moyer, M. Jackson, L. Hanzlik,
D. Hill, P. Gaylord, D. Gruesbeck, Mrs. Greene. NOT IN PICTURE: D. Newby, D.
Wade, P. Petraske.
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FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA-MRS. MARY POYER
TOP ROW: J. Chapman, D. Sorochinsky, Treasurer, R. Darrow, E. Shaffer, D. Hust. SECOND
ROW: O. Peterson, V. Hiser, S. Clark, J. Lewis, Vice President, P. Lewis, N. Tymeson.
BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Poyer, G. Lindsay, President, K. Aylesworth, K. Wood, V. Wheeler, L.
Newby. NOT IN PICTURE! S. Lantry, Secretary, J. Lindsay, Student Council Representative,
L. Lynch, C. Price.
Future Nurses has brought together those
who share interests in careers of nurs-
ing and in health in order to explore
opportunities and requirements in these
fields. Since Future Nurses has only
been instituted this year many of its
projects are still in the planning stag-
es. These activities include lectures
by various people from many branches of
the medical field. Also various field
trips are being planned to hospitals and
clinics. These and other activities
will form the foundation of this group.
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National Honor Society inducted its six
new members in June 1968 at a ceremony
in the Senior High Cafeteria at 7:00 PM.
Senior members, Jon Burghardt and Lon
Gumaer, conducted the initiation. This
meeting was an Open House with all for-
mer N.H.S. members invited. A list of
all Whitney Point members since the
charter was granted March 20, 1943 was
published in the Whitney Point Reporter.
Many parents E members came to see the
new members and this new building. Can-
didates are selected on their record of
character, service, leadership and their
scholarship. Added activities are not
really necessary, since members display
these 4 characteristics in their daily
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Left to right: B. Kellogg, E. McCulloch, D. Cole, President, D.
Cave, D. Hibbard. NOT IN PICTURE: P. Petraske.
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