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TOP-Freshman. W CENTER-Sth Grade. BOTTOM-7th Grade.
MEETING TI-IE PEOPLE
Complimenfs of Sfebbins Banking Co.
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K thleen Beichler, Rose Fetzer, Eileen
First row: Betty Graf, Eleanor Herman, a
Levers, Mildred Weideman, Dolores Long, Sara Wolbaugh, Mabel Woodward,
Second row: Junior Metzsker, Richard Fouch, June Uher, Wreta Mace, Mildred
Dohner, Margaret Tyler, Nina L.ehman, Robert Trafzget, Mr. Kinney.
Third row: Leroy Haley, James Totten, John Haley, Dale Litman, Buford Uhler,
' Uhl Raymond Beichler, Bernard Jeffers.
Robert Yarnell, John Elliston, Eugene ,
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S E1ghth Grade Roster
Y V First row: Lawrence Slater, Edward Anshutz, Lucille Pate, Geraldine Hupp, Margaret
V Wyssbrod, Betty Sykes, Phyllis Knepp, Nora Lee, Grace Michel, Maxine Pate,
I wonder if these Harold Carter.
little kidstum Play Second row: Mr. Smith, Kay Tyler, Virginia Blough, Betty Davis, Lucille Huffman,
baske ball' Iola Hamilton, Gloria West, Goldia Kitner, Dale Beichler, Mike Marko.
Third row: David Matteson, Ralph Van Guilik, Daniel Bever, Fred Battig, Kenneth
' E rl Howard Crofoot, James
Smith, Wallace Mensching, Charles Carnes, Harry a ,
Seventh Grade Roster
ht, Louise M ets-
First row: Evelyn Reese, Nancy McGuff, Mary Zehner, Donna Wrig
ker, Lois Meyer, Gloria Chase, Marjorie Weigley, Betty Strong, Virginia Wright,
Betty Pate, Opal Fry, Annetta Sherwin, Edith Means, Donna Belle Beichler.
Second row: Miss Mcllvaine, Willard Eby, Donald Irvin, Richard Knepp, Junior Her-
' ' R e Freda Kinney, Winifred Swigart, Eunice
man, Mary Jo Sacha, Marjorie ees ,
Bec T tten Nester Young, Robert
Giet, Emory Michel.
Third row: Arlo Plough, Robert Knepp, Richard Thompson, Lloyd Johnson, Donald
Massie, Allan Fry, Merlin Haskins, James Perry, Vernon Leaman, Eugene Lea-
man, Merle Woodward, Howard Feeman, Dale Means, Robert Wright, Junior
Henry, Junior Blough, Gene Sigler.
k, Kathryn Shankland, Helen Dunlap, Wallace o ,
Compliments ot Matteson Drug 8: Groceries
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club business is-
"Work or Play?"
Home Economics Club
The worthy aims of the Home Economics Club are to
stimulate interest in the art of homemakingg to interest
other girls in Home Economics, to work together in the
improving of the Home Economics Department: to encour-
age the art of public speaking: to learn to cooperate with
other girls in a self promoted activity: to practice working
together in good fellowshipg to stimulate personality de-
velopment: and to establish high ideals of conduct.
The club had a very successful year and was closed by
giving a farewell party to the Senior members of the club.
President, Marva Gretherg Vice-president, Iola Yarnellg
Secretary, Clara Bartholomayg Treasurer, Betty Zehnerg
Reporter, Hazel Feeman.
Senior English Club
The English Club meets the first Friday of every month.
Its purpose is to educate the members as to how to conduct
a business meeting. The dues are 80.20 for one year. The
officers are: President, Zella Scholl: Vice President, Frances
Haleyg Secretary, Harold Krabill. The programs are ar-
ranged by special committees appointed by Bernice Meyer,
Gene McKelvey, and Arthur Mumaw. Miss Mcllvaine tells
us how it should be done and calls attention to our mistakes.
Compliments of Coffey Insurance Co.
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