The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on October 1, 1971 · Page 50
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i§l|!§ili r FOUR GIRLS hold top offices in Trinity High School's chapter of the National Honor Society this year. They are, from left, front row: senior Kathy Werth, 2200 Cone, vice presi­ dent; senior Fhyilis Dreiling, 117 West 17th, president; back row: junior Patrice Hickey, 401 East 6th, secretary; and senior Debbie Wilde, 700 14th Terrace, treasurer. Ashland Y-Teens Hosts To District Conference By FIT A WRIGHT Ashland High School ASHLAND—"Put the 'Peace' Back in Your Puzzle" is the theme for the Y - Teen District Fall Conference to be held Oct. 6, beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Ashland Methodist Church. Joan Weinmeister, counselor at Dodge City Community College, will speak to Y - Teens and Y.W.C.A. in keeping with the theme, which stresses the need for every individual to possess inner peace. Members will also divide fato discussion groups in order to share opinions and viewpoints about various issues. Girls at the conference will elect a junior board member for District 7A. Sally Shattuck, present junior board member, will present and introduce the candidates from each school represented. Campaign managers will deliver speeches in behalf of their candidate, who will then be required to answer two questions. Conference directors will announce the results of the election later in the day. Dana Goodnight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olis Goodnight, Englewood, is the candidate from the Ashland organization, and Honda Stegman is her campaign manager. Miss Goodnight's campaign slogan is "You Won't Sleep Right Until You Vote for Goodnight!" Each Y • Teen organization will present a skit, and tits Ashland Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of John Buehler, will present several musical numbers. Y - Teen Sponsor Beverly York and Y - Teen President Janet Arnspiger, both of Ashland, will direct the conference, Lunch will be served by ladies of the Methodist church. Schools whose representatives are expected to attend in elude Ford, Hardtner, Haviland, Kiowa, and Medicine Lodge. Becky Walden Heads HCC's Dragonettes Dragonettes, the woman's pep club at Hutchinson Community College, have elected their officers for the 1971-72 school year. Elected president was Becky Walden, a sophomore social studies major from Hutchinson She is a graduate of Hutchinson High School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walden, 2206 North Jackson. Kristy Lueck, a freshman liberal arts major, was elected vice president. A graduate of K'ngnian High, she is the ('"lighter of Mrs. Jane E. McEnroe, Muvdock. Secretary-treasurer will be Beverly Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Phillips, 1508 West 17th. She is a graduate of Nickerson High and a sophomore liberal arts major. Faculty sponsor for the Drag­ onettes is Ann Smith, mathe- m a t i c s instructor. Assistant sponsors are Barbara Hoglund, guidance counselor, and Judy Terrell, womens physical education instructor. Hutchinson News Friday, Oct. 1, 1971 Page 4A Ashland Youths At Stuco Meet By SONDRA RANKIN Ashland High School ASHLAND - Eight Stuco members, including officers and upperclassmen, and a sponsor from Ashland High School at tended the Regional Student Council Conference at Garden City High School Sept. 20. AHS students present at the clinic were officers Sally Shattuck, president; Tom Humph reys, vice-president; Ronda Stegman, secretary; and Gail Howell, treasurer; and upperclassmen Sherre Goodnight, Dennis Speer, Sondra Rankin, and Vicki Milligan. Sponsor Doug Inderlied attended a special session for faculty members. After registering, students met for a general assembly during which guest speaker Gary Sherrer lectured on the four goals Student Councils must strive to attain: purpose, preparation, perspective, and perseverance. Four discussion groups were conducted in the morning and afternoon entitled "The Student Council and the Community," "The Student Council and the Students," "TI12 Student Council and the Faculty-Administration," and "Tha Student Council and the Student Council." These were led by two previously chosen students and an adult sponsor. During the afternoon general assembly C. J. Wettstein from Southwestern Heights spoke on "How to Be a Good Workshop Delegate." The conference was sponsored by the Kansas State High School Activities Association. KU Project Helps Grads Find Jobs Regional Stuco Meet at Lyons By MARY JANE SHOWALTER Nickerson High School NICKERSON — Eight mem bers of the Nickerson High's Student Council plus representatives from over 20 other schools ranging in size from 60 students to 2,000 attended a Re gional Student Council Confer ence, Sept. 23, at Lyons High School. The day began with Merle Nay, divisional manager, Achievement Motivation Institute, as guest speaker. Nay stressed the fact of an active student council and ways this could be achieved. Later discussion groups were formed with student chairmen and adult consultants in each group. These group* were titled: The student council and the students, the community, faculty-administration, and the student council In each group problems were discussed and ideas were exchanged about ways in which the student council could be most effective in each of these areas. The representatives from each school had at least one member in each group in order to bring back information about each different area. This gave other schools ideas on successful ways to run stuco. Steve Thompson, from Medicine Lodge, spoke on "How to Be a Good Workshop Delegate." The conference was closed with a representative from the Kansas State High School Activities Association speaking on the student council that gets the students involved and achieves their set goals. LAWRENCE - A placement manual listing Kansas businesses and their employment re quirements produced by the University of Kansas senior class was distributed to seniors this week through the School of Business and School of Engl neering placement offices. It is the first part of a two - phase project to help K.U. graduates find jobs in Kansas. The second phase of the project will be a resume booklet, "Who's Who at K.U. in 72, which will include photographs, resumes, degree listings, and information on the type of job desired for about 300 seniors. The manual includes the dames of about 40 Kansas firms who indicated interest in hiring Kansas graduates in a questionnaire distributed last summer by the senior class committee preparing the manual. Kansas retain its graduates," Schwartz said, "instead of exporting them." Currently Missouri corporations appear to employ the most K. U. graduates, while Kansas ranks second- and Illinois third. All seniors were invited to submit information for the resume booklet In a summer mailing and again at enrollment. It will be distributed to about 400 Kansas businesses in late October. Cooperating with the senior class on the project are the Kansas State Chamber of Commerce, the Kansas Department of Economic Development, and the Kansas Employment Security Office. I John A. Schwartz, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Schwartz, Dodge City, and Janis Busch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Busch, Leawood, are heading the committee. This is the first time a serv ice project of this kind has been undertaken at the University of Kansas. Steve Clark, assistant director of the K. U. Alumni Association and senior class advisor, said the class officers are concerned about the employment future of t h e class of 1972. Each firm listing includes names of the personnel director or manager and the qualifications necessary for employment. The manual also includes tips on college recruiting and interviewing and the recruiting schedules for the School of Business and the School of Engineering. "First, we wish to provide a service for seniors and secondly, help the state of Debaters Fair Well At Openers By GARY SYDNOR Hutchinson High School Hutchinson High School's debate squad faired well in the opening weekend of the debate season. The team of Susan Green and Jay Hinkel with a record of six wins and no losses in the preliminary round qualified for the quarterfinal round. After defeating Liberty in the Quarters, and Wichita Southeast in the semifinal round, Hinkle and Miss Green progressed the final round losing to Shawnee Mission East, giving the Hutch team second place trophy at the tourney. Other teams attending the Russell Tourney were Leslie Potucek and Jim Showalter gaining a 4-2 record. Meeting the stiffest opposition, the team of Jeri Wooten and Kim Smith won three and lost three. Hutchinson teams attending the Newton tournament this weekend did an equally fine job. The team of Gary Sydnor and Nancy Shanline checked in a 4-2 win-loss record and Beth Osborn and Susan Hendry racked up a 4-2 record also. Paul Burgess and John Fcmvick went 3-3. All and all the future of the Hutch High Debate squad looks bright and glorious. LoyouJCNj For ChriUmoi Zoles Anniversary Spectacular WEBCORAM-FM COMPONENT STEREO. SYSTEM €Hf\f\OK •PJ .iys recordsor8-track stereo tapes • Newest sliding controls • Fully automatic « A • liytmy not* in Chmtmos Or, clurJC if. /C "J\ FatSmilelullcawhenyounniZiItf ftwjliltUlMrCriirft or (MfcAmwiwl Zales Jewelers, 1S. Adams, Hutchinson Plaza.

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