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The Trip and Travel Club consists of stu- lents who like to travel and want to know nore about it. The club is quite fortunate in laving Mrs. Wiggs as their sponsor because he has traveled all over the world. She in urn takes her club members all over the vorld with the slides that she has taken. Mrs. Wiggs enjoys talking to them concern- ng travel and helps them plan to take trips, rhe club has also invited to their meetings lifferent people that have traveled to many jlaces. If one has seen a student carrying a type- writer to school, he may very well be a mem- lef of the Typing Club. These students look orward to typing their reports some day. rhe students in this club learn the funda- nentals and skills of typing. Their advisor, ffr. Reibs, also teaches them to care for ypewriters. The members of the Trip and Travel Club discuss the countries and people which they would like to visit. Interested Students Type and Travel rhese are the members of the Typing Club who work ' ery hard improving the skills of typing. A few of the girls are showing the correct finger position and posture used in typing. 31
Page 38 text:
Members Build Skills and Muscles The boys in the Weight Lifting Club are trying to develop and strengthen their muscles. The ability to lift certain amounts I weights is the purpose of the Weight-Liftini Club. Each night that they meet, these boy do eleven exercises ten times. When they fir they can lift a certain amount of weigh they add more weight to the object bein lifted. Mr. Zehner is the club ' s sponsor. Tr! club meets every Monday after school. The members of the Girls ' Bowling Clu learned the basic fundamentals and rules ( bowling. This club included all seventl eighth, and ninth grade girls willing to pa: ticipate. Bowling taught the girls goo sportsmanship and team effort in compet tion. The instructor was Miss Miller. The clu met and bowled at Northcrest Bowling Alle; • The Boys ' Bowling Team which met evei Monday was a handicap league. The varioi rules and fundamentals were taught to pa ticipating boys in the club. This club consist of six to seven teams, each with three mer bers. The club met at Northcrest Bowlir Alley. The clubs advisor was Mr. Lange. The Girls ' Bowling Club teaches many girls the skill of learning to bowl. The Boys ' Bowling Club members learn the fundi mentals of bowling. 30
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Students Enjoy Sales, Language »%$ The Latin Club has done several projects! during the past year. Among these are doing crossword puzzles, singing Latin songs, one of which was sung at the Christmas programs and learning about Roman customs and fesJ tivals. Not only students taking Latin havl taken part but also students looking to Latin as a possible future subject have participated in this club. Mrs. Chandler is the sponsor ol the club. The Spanish Club has worked on many activities this year. Along with a Spanish! Christmas party they learned about bu| fighting in Spain, customs south of the border, and other Spanish ideas. The club also sang a song in Spanish at the Christmas program. One Kite ' n Key agent was selected froij each homeroom to sell yearbooks. All of thea students worked very hard and sold abouj 700 books. Members of the Latin Club have fun while they learn about the language and customs of Romans. The members of the Spanish Club learn many things from their advisor, Mrs. Springer, about the cus- toms and ways of the Spanish people. The yearbook staff owes a great deal of thanks t the Kite-n Key agents for selling so many books anj being so good to work with. 32
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