HOMECOMING QUEEN candidates at Hutchinson High School •re from left, front row, Julie Gushing, 7 Hilltop; Danna Patton, 2206 North Adams; Susie Weems, 208 Countryside; at back, Dana (Photo by Stan Thlessen) Brooks, 616 16th Terrace; Lesle Potucek, 9 Crescent; and Katy Streepy, 5 Pawnee. The queen will be crowned at the Oct. 15 football game here. Scholarship Awarded to Jeff Brewer Jeffery A. Brewer, 1526 Woodlawn, Is the recipient of the 1971-72 scholarship award by the Distributive Education Club at Hutchinson Community College. The award granted to Brewer is $50 per semester. The scholarship funds are raised through DECA projects. Tha son of Mr. and Mrs. John I. Brewer, Jeffery is a 1971 graduate of Hutchinson High, whore he majored in distributive education. Active in Boy Scouts, Brewer has earned the "God and Couiv- gry Award." He plans to complete his education at Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, majoring in cither business administration or management. Head Cheerleader Carolyn Pinkerton, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Otis Pinkerton, 6500 North Plum, was elected varsity head cheerleader by the student body of John Brown University, Siloam Springs, Ark. A 1971 graduate of Centra! Christian High School, Miss Pinkerton is a freshman, majoring in art. Six Hutch High Girls Vie for Queen 9 s Crown By NANCY NYBERG Hutchinson High School Fifteen senior girls at Hutch inson High School were chosen at possible Homecoming Queen candidates. Student council members were each presented with a list of all tht senior girls and asked to •elect 15 whom they thought should be candidates for this honor. Chosen were: Belinda Bar lnger, Dana Brooks, Jan Corbett, Julie Curbing, Collette Danks, Terry Goodgcr, Harriet Hobart, Ola Neuberger, Janey Oswalt, Danna Patton, Lesle Potucek, Barbara Schroll, Katy Streepy, Susan Thayer and Susie Weems. From these, six were selected by the student body. They are Dana Brooks, Julie Cushing, Danna Patton, Lesle Potucek, Katy Streepy ard Susie Weems. Dana Brooks Being active in drama, Dana will play the leading lady in the senior play. "Pillow Talk," and la also the secretary of Perrill Club. She is a member of Briny Birds and a Coed Counselor Board member. Dana actively participates In her church and enjoys swimming and art work. Gary Rob inson will be Dana's escort. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brooks, 616 16th Terrace. Julie Cushing Besides being on the Briny Bird Board, Julie is a senior Pel and a member of Kayettes. Among her favorite hobbies are dancing and horseback riding Julie's escort will be Robyn Brancart. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Cushing, 7 Hilltop Drive. Danna Patton A member of Kayettes, Danna also participates in Briny Birds GAA, and Coed Counselors. In addition, Danna is a senior Pel Horseback riding is one- of Danna's favorite pastime. She will ba escorted by Dave Young. Danna is the daughter of Mrs. Georgia Patton, 2206 North Adams, and Donald Patton, 121 East 4th. tesle Potucek In addition to being the Amer can Field Service Preident, Lesle is vice president of Student Council. She is on the Perrill Club Board and is also starring in "Pillow Talk." Besides being active in Debate, Lesle is also a member of Briny Birds and International Relations Club. Art and drama keep Lesle Area Woman To Teach in Albuquerque BUHLER - Wanda Lou Regier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Regier, Buhler, will teach fifth grade at Lavaland Elementary School in Albuquerque, N.M. Miss Regier was graduated from Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, in May of 1071 with a bachelor of science in education degree. busy in her free time. Lesle will be escorted by Scott Collins. Her parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Charles Potucek, 9 Crescent Blvd. Katy Streepy Katy is active in cheerlead- lng and is a member of both Briny Bird and Kayettc Boards She is also on the Allagaroo staff. Among Katy's many hobbies are painting sewing, playing with all her animals, swimming and bicycling. Tim Rogers will escort Katy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Streepy, 5 Pawnee. Susie Weems A cheerleader also, Susie Is a board member of Briny Birds, GAA, and Ix>s Gatos. She is a senior Pel and participates in Kayettes and AFS. Susie is also a student council represen tative. Roger Caldwell will escort Susie. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Weems, 208 Countryside. One of the six girls will be crowned 1971 HHS football homecoming queen crowned Oct. 15 during half - time activities at the Hutch High - Derby game. Tht Hutchinson News Young Kansas Kathy Brown, Editor Friday, October 8, 1971 At Dodge City Ashland Youths Attend Health Careers Clinic Scholarships To Journalists Wanda Lou Regier GREAT BEND — Journalism scholarships for the fall semester at the Barton County Community College have been awarded to six students. David Karr, professor of English and journalism, announced the scholarship selections. They are: Norma Jean Clark and Keith Bennet, Lamed; Mark Emerson, Great Bend; Vincent Straub, David Robins, Ellinwood; and Christi Means, Wichita. The scholarships are provided to the college through efforts of I the junior college endowment (association. By RITA WRIGHT Ashland High School ASHLAND — Optometry, X ray, technology, veterinary science — sound interesting? Pro fessionals in these and many other areas were on hand Tues day at a Health Careers Clinic in Dodge City to visit with 19 Ashland students who attended along with numerous other area high school students. Held at Municipal Auditorium, the clinic displayed various booths depicting aspects of different types of medical careers. Students received many pamphlets and brochures, viewed movie films and slides, and vis ited with representatives concerning various health careers and diseases. Surgery One of the most Interesting areas was that of veterinary science. At different times throughout the day, a veterinarian performed surgery on cats and removed their reproductive organs. Students could watch the actual process as well as view the operation on a video tape at the same time. The booth also displayed actual specimens of a feline embryo at different stages of development, a mother cat with two small kittens, and a puppy with a broken leg in a splint. Another interesting booth was one concerning tuberculosis and lung cancer. Examples were shown of an actual cross section of a normal lung, and of one which was the victim of smoking in order to portray how smoking damages the lungs. Medical Machines One display consisted of var ious medical machines: an in fant incubator for premature babies; a Bilirubia machine for lowering the red blood cell count of new - born babies by exposing them to a specific type of light, and an electro - cardiogram machine used to determine the regularity of the heart beat. Other exhibits depicted careers including the following: music therapists, physicians, nurses' aides, inhalation therapists, speech therapists, dentists and different types of nurses including registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, and nurses in the armed forces. Drug Displays Representatives also had booths displaying different types of drugs and instruments used by drug addicts, and the effects of such diseases as tuberculosis, lung cancer, arthritis, emphysema, and cerebral palsy. Students attending from Ashland included seniors Susan Dome, Sherre Goodnight, Robin Haley, Gall Howell, Susan Kennedy, Mike McCarty, Mary Ann Mull, Janis Mullendore, Linda Nolaml, Jan Rankin. Kris Slog- man, Janeice Watson, and Rita Wright; Juniors Renee Duvall, Dana Goodnight, Tom Humphreys, I/)ri Nicholson, and Nyla Smith; and sophomore Vickie Williams. Ashland High Principal Kenneth Swanson and Counselor Frank Long accompanied the students to the clinic. JO WENZ, senior at Hesston High School, was crowned Homecoming queen and reigned over As Fairfield- Hewton football game. Miss W«az, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Weoz, is a senior at Ilesston High. Her escort for Homecoming activities was Motor Royce Voder.
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