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"Learn By Doing" Was Motto Of Girls' Staters, Boys' Staters

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Chosen to attend Boys' State were (from left to right) Top Row: Pon Fong, Terry Riley, Jim Andrews, Armando Sanchez, Pete Castillo; Bottom Row: Pete Thyrion, Charles Mondragon, Ron Baker, Hansel Minyard, and George Ksenick.

Flagstaff played host to approximately 300 Arizona boys, each .representing his high school at Arizona Boys' State. These boys, ten of whom were outstanding Phoenix Un-ion students, studied and performed the functions of government at every level - local, county, and state.

Representing Phoenix Union at Girls' State were (from left to right): Florence Tang, Linda Chlarson, Judy Getsinger, Sherry Troster, and Jennie Tom. Not pictured is Mary Avery.

Learning more about your country of freedom is a breathtaking experience, as each girl who attended Arizona Girls' State will tell you. Six girls, chosen on the basis of personality, intelligence, patriotism, and leadership, represented Phoenix Union at Girls' State in Tucson last spring.

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