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First. Row: XVynvlle Allen, Genevieve Hzinc-ook, Douglas Eclwarmls, Murrlo Marlin, Sybil
Second Row: Aclelia Toland, Helen Uowzin, La Faye Gooch, Evorie Clzlrk, Violet Davis.
Third ROW: Lorene VVade, Doris Musterson, Juanita Harvey, Margziret. Mallett, Blanelie
Heflin, Miss Ludee Mae Harrison.
Fourth Row: Charles Powell, Leon Reese, Bette Klinger, Ross Finley, Catherine Russell,
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MISS LUDEE MAE HARRISON, ADVISER
Fall Term Spring Term
DOUGLAS EDWARDS - - President - - DOUGLAS EDWARDS
MURDO MARTIN - - - Vice-President - - MURDO MARTIN
BONNIE DENNIS - - Secretary - - SYBIL OLIVER
Purpose : To train students to be more skillful in typing.
Activi12z'es.' During club periods members typed designs, manuscripts, letters,
and tests. They played games, such as football, and held contests on the typewriter.
EnleI'Lainmenl.' The first Week of April lll6lTllJCI'S were entertained at a picnic at
Honors: Douglas Edwards won third in Slate lnterscholastic Typing Contest.
Helen Tinnen also won honors in 1936.
In 1937 Regional contest Walter Victor placed second in typing and Geraldine
Buster fourth in shorthand.