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Page 23 text:
Senior English Club
First row: Miss Mcllvaine, Zella Scholl,
Nylah Schmollinger, Hazel Feeman,
Ruth Miller, Betty Perram, Norma
Kinch, Frances Haley, Bernice Meyer.
Home Economics Club
First row: Kathleen Beichler, Rose Fetzer,
Janet Nash, Pauline Stahl, Wreta Mace,
Anna Marko, Beatrice Uhler, Mable
Woodward, Betty Graf, Eleanor Her-
man, Sara Wolbaugh, Delores Long.
Second row: Junior Spliter, Charles Wolfe.
acle, William Huffman, William Knepp,
Top row: Raymond Weahry, Jay Lerman,
Second row: Miss Graber, Betty Zehner,
Shirley Romich, Jean Grether, June
Shannon, Marjorie Gantz, Clara Bar-
tholomay, Lois Hunter, Frances Haley,
Ruth Miller, June Uher, MarvaGrether.
abill, Jack Plank, James Mir-
William Zehner, Jack McGuff, Gene
Third row: Phyllis Fetzer, Winnifred Jef-
fers, Dorothy Walmer, lola Yarnell,
Ruth Fetzer, Betty Wright, Beverly
Allen, Patty Reynold, Hazel Feeman,
Marjorie Walters, Norma Lengacher.
Arthur Mumaw, Clayton
PRAISES Tl-I EIR DEEDS
Compliments of Irvin Implement Co. - - - Case Dealer
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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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First row: Ralph Krabill, Arthur Mumaw,
Harold Krabill, Frances Haley, Shirley
Romich, Mildred Weideman, Betty
Second row: Leroy Haley, Frances Blough,
William Davis, Charles Wolfe, Dorothy
Walmer, Nancy McGuff.
Top row: Mr. Young, Donald Sonnedecker,
Arthur Repp, Bob Clapp, Jack McGuff.
First row: James Blough, John Coffey,
Frances Blough, Ruth Fetzer, William
Davis, Charles Wolfe, Dorothy Walmer,
Gloria West, Dean Blough, Dean Mumaw,
Second row: Mr. Young, Clarence Bricker,
Arlo Plough, Mary Zehner, Mary Sacha,
Virginia Blough, Nancy McGuff, Leroy
Haley, Betty Strong.
Third row: Donna Bell Gerig, Shirley Ro-
mich, Junior Repp, Donald Sonnedecker,
Bob Clapp, Jack McGuff, Wreta Mace.
PRAISES THEIR DEEDS
Compliments ot N. J. Elliot, Wooster, R. F. D. 2
Dealer ot Master Mix Feeds
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