iSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY Y NOBLE TOWNSHIP—The officers of the Noble township Y-teens are pictured above, from left, Buth Albright, service chairman; Nancy Kantzer, president; Carol Ide,,program chairman; Dalea Walters, secretary-treasurer; and Pamela McCall, vice- president. ' SEVENTH LINCOLN—The seventh grade Lincoln Y-Teens elected the above officers. They are from left,, Kathy Sweet, vice-president; Sandy Simmons, president; Elizabeth Campbell, service chairman; Barbara Dfiick, program, chairman; and Jerry Jo'Herd, secretary-treasurer. SEVENTH-RILEY-The officers of the seventh grade Y-Teen at Riley are shown above from left Sue Harmlton, : \service chairman; Barbara Martin,-president; Sharon Schroder, secretary-treasurer- Cindy Collins, program chairman; and Kay Fultz, vice- president. ' . . • . EIGHTH RILEY—The Y-Teen officers of the eighth grade at Riley are from left, Sally Neumann, service chairman; Julie. Michael, president; Nancy Heiland, vice-president; Carla Keitzer program chairman; and Lynda Gust, secretary-treasurer. T E E N C u B 0 F F I (1 E R s- EIGHTH LINCOLN—The Y-Teen officers of the eighth grade at Lincoln are from left, Janet Snyder, president; Lyn Johnson, vice-president; Doris Pinney, service chairman; Joan Steinhilber, secretary- treasurer; an Julie Duddleston, program chairman. SEVENTH FAIRVIEW—The seventh grade Y-Te?n officers at Fairvie'w are from left, Kathy Kniesly, president; Kathy Drompp, secretary-treasurer; Pat Cotner, 'program chairman; Phyllis Winter, service chairman; and Carolyn Hillis, vice-president. EIGHTH FAIRVIEW-The eighth grade Fairview Y.Teen officers are from left, Kathy Swisher, service chairman; ShirlNelson, vice-president; Penny Kitchei, program chairman; Connie Studebaker presi. dent; and Becky Scott, secretary-treasurer. ' ' "• f NINTH GRADE—The ninth grade Y-Teens elected the above officers. They are from left, Jo Elaine Brown, president, of 'Fairview; Sue Butt, vice-president, of Lincoln; Ann Rice, secretary-treausrer of Biley; Eileen/Fitzgerald, service chairman, of Lincoln; and Susan Becker, program chairman, of Fairview/ . _ • '
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