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, 4 National Honor Society
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im! Lane B. Cooke, Ir
Miss Lucy l-larmlton
Miss Christine Hammock
The Nat' kg Honor Society consists of honor students who have strived
to live t the four qualifications upon which the society is built. To be a
member, tudent must average 90 with no grade below 80, he must be a
leader in classes and extra-curricular activities: his character must be above
reproach, nd he must serve his school in any way that may b b al
and hon t.
A MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Cooke, Lane B., Ir.
Crown, Philip T., Ir.
Hughes, Billie Nell
Iohnson, Virginia Dare
Page 75 text:
Pen Pal Club
Mary Belle Watson
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Mrs. Helen Horn,
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The chief aim of the Pen Pal Club is to develop the talent for writing which
is found in most of its members. The Pen Pal Club, a creative writing club, is
open to all students from lBs to 4As. The only requirement is that each mem-
ber hand in every term at least one written composition consisting of an essay,
a short story, ct poem, a short play or other types of literature.
Connolly, Sarafri Ward
Day, Billie Katherine
Green, Carol Ann
MEMBERS OF THE PEN PAL
McCleod, Mary lane
Loftice, Nellie L.
Tanner, Billie M.
Watson, Mary Belle
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Miss Anne Patrick
The purpose of the Debate Club it to create interest in the art ot debating,
to stimulate enthusiasm in the problems of government, and to foster better
citizenship tor school and community. For the current season, the debate
squad completed a competive record ot winning twenty-six debates out ot
Goodwin, Paul Whitney
MEMBERS OF DEBATE CLUB
Watson, Mary Bell
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