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Page 87 text:
An honorary club for boys, the Key Club
impresses initiative and leadership upon its
members. Each year, the club has a "drive
tor clothing" to be given to the needy fami-
lies at Christmas. Some ofthe Key Club's pur-
"To develop by precept and example a
more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable
To provide a practical means to form en-
during triendships, to render altruistic serv-
ice, and to build better communities.
To cooperate in creating and maintaining
that sound public opinion and high idealism
which makes possible the increase of right-
eousness, justice, patriotism, and good will."
Seated: Ronny Hampton, President, Mr. Van Poole, Ad
visor, Standing: Scott Trott, Secretary, Tommy Barrin
ger, Vice-President, Rudy Ware, Treasurer.
Key Cluli promotes lietter citigenship
Seated: Mr. Van Poole, Larry Freeman, Tommy Barringer, Ronny Hampton, Scott Trott, George Barrier. Stand-
ing: Marvin Williams, Bobby l-lill, Danny Bost, Phil Clement, George Oehler, Jimmy Dayvoult, George Kiser,
Jack Hill, Bill Clement, Rudy Ware, Don Cagle, Edgar Ketchie, Tommy Allen, John Oehler, Eddie Tyson.
Page 86 text:
First Row: Amelia Rogers, Exangeline Crider, Larry Hudson, Buddy Moss, Ronnie Mclnnis, Simmons Hendrick,
Larry Fowler, Ralph Johnston, Ralph Whitley, Judy Alley, Janice Slaop, Carolyn Puntch, Sherran Leonard, Anita
House. Seconc. Row: Claudette Medlin, Jane Moore, Richard Jordan, Jimmy Powell, Raymond Weaver, Wayne
Fowler, Brenda Freeman, Prebble Crowell, Lindo Jo Johnson, Glenda Lee, Suzanne Deal, Lynn Bonds. Third
Row: Linda Henry, Gail Christian, Goynell Funderburk, Linda Leitch, Barbara Deese, Judy Wagner, Peggy Over-
cafh, Judy Darts Judy McDaniQls, Sylvia Sherrill, Brenda Brandon, Martha Troutman. Fourth Row: Kay Sloop,
Alva Deese, Linda Adams, Rachel Donahue, Sue Ritchie, Ann Moss, Mary Lou Hawkins, Mary Virginia Martin,
Kay Lambert, Becky Ferguson, Anita Luther, Becky Perry, Kay Moore, Karen Krimminger.
Mixed CHorus eomttined talent with practice
Larry Fawler, President, Jane Moore, Secretaryflreas-
urer, Miss Barbara Stallings, Director, Beverly Maulden,
Pianist and Vice-President.
1 The Mixed Chorus, under the direction of
,, Miss Barbara Stallings, is growing larger and
better year by year. This group presents musi-
cal programs tar many special events such as
Thanksgiving and Christmas assembly pro-
grams, as well as the annual tour of the
elementary schools, and visits to various
Each year the chorus is entered in the
State Music Festival to be rated with school
choral groups trom all over the state, For the
past several years, the Mixed Chorus has
maintained a rating of "excellent,"
Page 88 text:
Becky Lee .
Phyllis Brock . .
Jane Bullock , .
Rachel Cashion .
Jane Dayvault . ,
Karen Price . . .
Wanda Stack ,
Co-Editor Saundra Logan Business Manager
Co-Editor Miss Proctor Advisor
Allirohan ancl Brown Highlights Sta
. .. Reporter
.. Sports Editor
. . . Club Editor
. News Editor
A' IEeOlU'SeEglIZ: The Brown Highlights is published month-
AlUmf1Ri Editor ly by the members of the high school staff.
, . epor er - . I
Exchange Editor The members write, edit, and compile all
material. The four-column, ten-page paper
consists of news, features, sports, and edi-
torials. Before being eligible for staff, a stu-
dent must have had one year of journalism
in which his work has excelled. The co-edi-
tors are chosen by the journalism class and
the present staff. Other specific editors are
selected by the two co-editors and the ad-
The Albrokan is the A. L. Brown High
School annual. Prepared by two organizations,
the business and editorial staffs work until
February getting the annual prepared for pub-
Iication. The business staff is in charge of ob-
taining advertisements while the editorial staff
writes all copy, prepares pictures schedules,
and organizes the journalistic portion.
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