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The Tuesday and Thursday typing clubs were for seventh and eighth grad- ers, since they couldn ' t take typing as a class until ninth grade. They learned proper keyboard techniques, taught by Miss Robey and Mr. Gebhard. Tuesday Typing Thursday Typing The Chess Club met weekly to im- prove their playing ability by challeng- ing their peers through tournaments. Mr. Anderson oversaw the group in their various activities. Chess Club Audio Visual Club, boys who de- voted their time to helping Mr. Werk- ing, took care of the movie projectors and other audio-visual equipment throughout the year. These boys also helped set up the public address system for convocations. Audio-Visual Club
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The Drama Club was where students could show their acting ability by par- ticipating in plays that were produced and given during various times of the year. Mrs. Sterling was the advisor for this club. The German Club was especially for 7th graders. They learned how to speak German and also learned about cus- toms and the people. Mrs. Boggess was the advisor for this group. The French Club learned about the dif- ferent customs of France. They were told about what the French people eat and how they dress. Members of the club also decorated bulle- tin boards in French. Miss LaFontaine ad- vised the group. The Knitting Club was a group of girls, helped by Mrs. Bow- ers and Miss Lindley, who learned the bas- ics and fundamentals of knitting and cro- cheting. They met once a week and used their own tools to cre- ate things they could use like scarfs, mit- tens, and slippers. ' r ' ' - 9 H Mf- ' p! S w m mM % pfk 1 L " " T Jjp K K. JH H ftfek rsfe 3
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The Art Club, meeting Wednesday and Thursday evenings, worked with materials ranging from papier mache to dried apples. Betsy Helberg, Mike Torrez. and Chris McFeeters won blue ribbons for posters on air pollution during the year. Mrs. Wellman and Miss Slick advised the club. The Library Club was a group of students who volunteered to help the librarians during their study halls or class visits to the library.
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