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The Distributive Education Clubs of America
is a national organization of students studying
distributive education in high schools and junior
colleges in the United States and territories.
Student participation in local, state, and na-
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further development of experience of boys and
girls who have vocational objectives in the re-
tail, Wholesale, and service occupations. As
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school distributive education program.
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ated state Distributive Education Clubs. State
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members are enrolled in distributive education
classes in the various high schools in the state.
Local chapters were started in 1937. By 1945,
Ohio and other states had organized state clubs
and were holding state wide conventions. Whit-
ney distributive education students at that early
date were already shaping D.E.C.A. policy in
Columbus. They have attended all state con-
D. E. C. A.
Row One: Barbara Albrecht, Pat Alt, Audrey
Anderson, Shirley Appleby, Jane Baumgart-
Row Two: Carolyn Camm, Juanita Cantwell,
Joan Cochran, Babs Decker, Diane Drella.
Row Three: Carol Gasiorowski, Sondra Geis,
Sylvia Gorzelski, Rosalie Grzechowiak, Eva
Row Four: Catherine Heatherly, Pat Horan-
1I2o,bBith Klempner, Rita Kubasiak, Gloria
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Row Five: Donna Laney, Ester Lang, Gail
yilgr, Barbara Modlinski, Beverly Moor-
Row Six: Rhea Pauken, Bernice Rafalski,
Joanne Ritchey, Arlene Zaborowski, Adri-
The first national convention in Memphis,
Tennessee, in April 1947, Was attended by two
Because of the cooperative school Work pro-
gram, Whitney has two local chapters of D.E.-
C.A., Sections I and Il.
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Row One: Suzanne Ball, Barbara Blake, Carolyn Camm, Louise Green, Rita
Grycza, Mattie Lane.
Row Two: Velica Metseff, Monica Mientkiewicz, Shirley Nowak, Marie
Stevens, Barbara Storer-Editor, Barbara Szmania.
Each 'year Whitneyites attend
Publications Convention at Bowl-
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