Clipped From The Bradford Era
Girls Make Like "Greatest Show on Earth 9 Allez Oop's the Cry at 100 By BRADFORD JUNIOR HIGH STAFF Girls of junior high received the opportunity to display their skills on the spring board and horse, rings and parallel bars, while others did tumbling. The group which worked on the rings included Karol Kleiderlem, Carol Winkie, Amanda Harmon, and Wilma Schierer. On the parallel bars were Jane Miller, Marsha Nixon, Janice Knight, Donna Kohler, Lynn McDowell, Jill Dana, Jackie Gustafson, Connie Cole, Sandra Arnold, Pam Peterson, Carol Hane. Girls In the tumbling act were Sandra Matto, Susan Bird, Sandra Russell, Pat Foss, Jackie Gustafson, Virginia Keverline, Betty Austin, Katie Johnson, Judy Deiteman, Kristen Geckler, Carol Winkle, Performers on the spring board and horse were Rae Turner, Carole Bromley, Julie Stewart, Lynn McDowell, Connie Cole, Diane Dennis, Beth Wingard, Janice Knight, Some of the panels and their members were: "Student Government," Downs Herold, chairman, also Bill Bonoher. Tom Bisett and Jill Dana. Another panel was "Should Eighteen-year-olds Vote?" Its chairman was Kay Stroup, the others. Sally Marshall, Pat Laugh lin and Diane Grassi. Another panel was "Should We Have Statehood for Alaska and Hawaii?" with its members, Dick Peterson, chairman, also Jim Hudson, Dick McCormack, Pete Swanson and Terry Kelly. Another was the "Hobby" panel with Jay Gorton chairman, Claude Woodley and Wendell Williams. "Should Homework Be Increased, Decreased, or Abolished?" wa* discussed by Susan Melnlck, chairman, also Beth Wingard, Sam Schaeffer, Robert Park, Miackey Graff and Mary Sarah Luke. A panel, which for more reasons than one we were all interested in, was on "Spanking." Its members were Kristen Geckler, chair- Donna Kohler and Wilma Schierer. j man, and Amanda Harmon, Sabra Ray Massiak, Jerry Scott, Tom Kerry and Paula Sampson. The Kroh, Todd .Sloan, Reid Haug and I "Juvenile Delinquency" p a n e l Charles Burgess helped move the equipment. "Is that my voice?" "Oh, no, it can't be mine!" "You can't understand a word I said." These and similar comments were heard among seventh graders when they recorded their panel discussions in Mrs. Loretta A very's English classes. members were Carol Thomas, chairman, and Linda Timblin, Dale Milks and Robert Costanzo. Wendell Williams donated the use of his tape recorder.,, The top readers of seventh grade for February were Terry Kelley, Patricia Laughlin, Dlclc McCormack, Paula Sampson, Beth Wingard, Ronald Chidester, Nancy Clark, Marlene Cornelius, Cecelia Lown, Martha Simon, Linda Stewart, Gary Blauser, Bill McClay, David McLaughlin, Sonya Morgan Henry Shaffer, Donald Backer, Eugenia Colosimo, Sallie Haynes Kathy Knapp, Bert Larson, Linda Pfouts, Sandra Russell, Fred Stock Pat Story, Mary Wichinsky, Geno de Fillppo, Dixie Miller and Joan Smith. Home room 202 elected new officers, Dick Stickles, president; Tom Randall, vicepresident; Sandra Clark, secretary, and Sandra Stromberg, treasurer. Our Ten-Tones won second place in an amateur show in Port Allegany. The jazz band was also to play during an intermission. Many bulletin boards were decorated in a St. Patrick's Day motif. Teachers and student* alike were attired in Kelly green on the holiday. Miss Sarah Glunt, a home economics demonstrator for the Manufacturers Light and Heat Co.. will show the seventh and eighth grade girls about cooking. She will also serve the girls samples of different 'oods. Miss Glunt will be at junior ligh for a week. Did you know? There are only about 53 more days of school. third period reports cards come out April 5. Richard Wixson withdrew from school this week. Mr*. Marjorie Barnett substituted for louls Andersen and Mrs. Charles Callahan took the place of Willis Kinsey.