DECA Winners 2 May 1969

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DECA Winners 2 May 1969 - Memorial High DECA Winners Head East By INEHE...
Memorial High DECA Winners Head East By INEHE FCTKRL1K Staff Writer l-'iv," Memorial High School students will be cutting all their! rUsscs next week. Miss Aspenson, daughter of Aspen- Mr, son. Rut they wont be playing hooky (or the usual reasons and will probably be getting pats on the back rather than •tiifH on the wrist from school .•uilhorilies for doing so. Ti]>- five. Nancy Aspensmi. .litii H.-IM kins. Colleen Johnson and Mrs Laverne 608 E. MacArthur A»e., will represent the Memorial club in National "DECA Chapter Chapter of the Year" competition which will include a Chapter of the Year from each of the 50 states. Miss Qu.-iyl" 1 . wlvi look first in both the Public and Job Interview events a I the State Iirvel. has chosen to r.irb Hol/jneer and Sue Quayle!i com l >etc for lhc N^'wl 1>ECA wi! be culling school for cx- '-.•limp. in i! and. instead of i< xiging Iruant officers, will !- - riihhuig shoulders with ria- !) " bl ' c known leaders in t h e t iritis «»f marketing, education and government during their absence The) make up one-fourth of a< contingent of 20 Wisconsin youths who qualified to attend th« Distributive Education Clubs of America (BBCA) U»e daughter of Mr and Mrs Calvin Quaylc. 3756 Halsey St The other three Memorial students. students. Miss Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Willard Johnson. Johnson. 2404 Agnes St.. Miss Holzinger. Holzinger. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Holzinger. 415 Summit Summit Ave , and Hawkins, son ol Mr and Mrs. Byron Hawkins, students making the trip are juniors. Miss Aspenson, a senior, senior, plans to attend the local university next year and, at present, is thinking of a career in fashion merchandizing, which probably explains her interest in DECA Distributive education, a ocm- paratively new program at the high school level, began at Memorial last year. H presently includes junior and senior level courses which title She j si Anderson said, concentrate on the fundamentals of selling kids that I sold (on DECA) were mostly girls I was teaching teaching in typing dasses, etc." Word Is getting around the boys that the course involves involves more than sales-clerking, sales-clerking, however, and he expects a next year." ', Meanwhile, Mr. Anderson, the girls don't seem to be doing so 100 the Second Ave j qualified for trip toy winning first i n Initial ixtaderahip Conference atj siale Marketing Team competi- (Ulantie City. N.J. They quali- tlon Thls - however. will not be fi«l (or the "trip by taking three | estfiblished 8S a competition fl ra U. including the "DKCA Chapter of the Near" title, at the State leadership conference in Green Lake this cpring Impressive at even mare whan you consider tat the triaatiw tawaaly teen fa t«ra from at Memorial la* «uIcMan Mp tfevebp future troni for to will at fceltf at thr ftvyraore Com- atet to Atlantic Oty tram Mm day through Tburaday and is espeded to draw more tha n SjOH >wtrag leaders of aad faculty advisors th^wghout the country Leave Saaaajr The Eau C I a ire students aiaqg with their advisor. Strvr will teare far the Sunday afternoon •ad ««prct to return somrttmr «w*t Friday Bendes meeting such bu*i aew giants as J. C. Penney. wa*. •rcordtqg to Aaderaan. hat sever missed a DBCA Ka UMU( ponfrrroocr, two of thr atadeaU will he representing, <n national level com marketing, merchandizing sales presentation, wholesaling, retailing, advertising, public relations, relations, management, decision making and data processing. One of the requirements ol the senior year course. Distributive Distributive Education U, is practical sales experience, which s t u- dents get by taking part4 i m e jobs So far this requirement has been fulfilled through retail sales work, but as he gets event at the Maiional level un-jmore boys interested in the til next year. A special feature of the N a- tional conference will be the presentation of scholarships to number of Distributive Education Education students for advanced study in marketing, manage meat, or distributive education Nationally known business, _ _ edocatiOii and government lead- ** 21 seniors enrolled in t h e era will apeak at the confer- course this year, girls joutnum ence. serve as contest judges and consultants, and take part in workshop sessions. j MMtly Junta All but one of the Memorial 1 program, Anderson hopes to "get some students into wholesale wholesale work." Few Boys Lack of interest on the part of the boys has been one of the problems with the Distributive Education program so far. Of. ratio of "more like 50-50 Memorial high school students who wfll travel to New Jersey this week for a Distributive Education osifcremt are, from left. Colleen Johnson, Nancy Aspenson, Jim Hawkins and Barb Holdnger. her boys by a ratio of two to, one. j Anderson blames this on the, program's youth, explaining] that, at its beginnings, "t h e\ WAGNERS FIGURINE SHOP 725 WATER ST. -:- CALL 832-5710 THttE AJRE NOW OF8IRMGS (OR RE* PAINTING LESSONS W4 flAOUES AMD NCUMNB. AU SUmJCS AVAfftlE. ONIY A 7Oc SMVES1MENT TO t£A*N A NEW OtAFT FOC RJN or PROFIT!' petition

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 02 May 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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