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N. F. L THE PIONEER Roland Woodward Mary F. Parris Hugh Brand. . President .... Vice President Secretary-Treasurer N. F. L. No—not National Federation of Labor, but National Forensic League! ! ACTIVITIES? Speeches galore—humorous, poetical, patriotic, oratorical, and dramatic! PROGRAMS AND CONTESTS? Assembly, American Legion, Kiwanis and district and state contests in reading, speaking, and spelling! TRIPS One memorable trip to Asheville, N. C. Occasion: the District Student Congress. Highlights: Barbara Campbell’s hat wandering about at the bus station alone—Joe Ray Burnett and Roland Woodward eating two dozen sandwiches without stopping. (Result—Roland’s appendectomy?)— Mary Frances Parris rescuing Mrs. Strickler’s hat from a gorge knee deep in snow—Grand Finale: Snow and more snow and the train trip home. N. F. L. MEMBERS Roland Woodzvard, Mary Frances Parris, Hugh Brand, Charles David Deyerle, Joe Ray Burnette, Barbara Ann Campbell, Joyce Galbraith, Barbara Rakes. t
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Choral Club FORTY-FIVE Myra J. Phlegar. Betty Crawford. Mary Rhodes. Betty Sowers. Mary M. Cornett i Betty Ruth Haupt Mrs. Nelle H. Peery .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . . Librarians . Director The Andrew Lewis Choral Club is composed of 60 members, receiving credit for their activities in the Music Department, under the capable leadership of Mrs. Nelle H. Peery. The Choir furnished music for religious assemblies and the Christmas play. In addition to this, a special Thanksgiving pro¬ gram was given. As the Pioneer goes to press the class is working on the operetta, “Bon Voyage,” and has plans for a Sacred Concert. As usual the class will furnish music for graduation exercises. THE STUDENTS ENROLLED IN THE CHORAL CLUB Eileen Bowman, Vivian Broughman, Rebelh Bess. Jane Black, Jean Black, Joan Black, Johnsie Canup. Mary Ann Campbell, Betty Crawford, Mary Margaret Cornett, Virginia Cash, Inez Dewease, June Gore, Juanita Graham, Jeanne Hann, Betty Ruth Haupt. Helen Hensley, Beverly Jamison, Evelyn Jamison, Charlotte Jones, Jean Ludwick, Wanona Maddox, Joyce Mounts, Betsy McDaniel, Betty Phillips, Myra Jane Phlegar, Mary Rhodes, Mary Saul, Betty Sowers, Mary Ann Smith, Elizabeth Snapp, Magdalene Swecher, Charlotte Taylor, Betty Tingler, Phyllis Under¬ wood. Anne Watson, Margaret Williams. Lorraine Wimmer, Nancy Zehemer, Annette Auvil, Lula Cross Chapman. Ella Mae Draper, Anna Dodson. Kitty Francis, Doris Jean Garst, June Lynch, Shirley Musgrove, Mary O ' Beirne, Barbara Rakes, Mary Catherine Sellers, Lorene Wygal, Jeanne Francisco, Joyce Frazier, Ann Bishop, Betty Marlowe, Juanita Divers, Dematris Kittinger, Richard Bain, Howard Brown, Allen Chappell, Gene Draper, Glenn Draper, Scott Doyle, Harlan Eller, Hanoey Switzer, Thomas Tobey, Jean Walthall, Julius Walthall, George Adams, Craig Sluss, Horace Barnett. ( 55
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FORTY-FIVE Library Club Jean Combs . President Jo Ann Huff . Vice President Dora Lee Sturgill . Secretary-Treasurer Juanita Butt . Publicity Chairman Mrs. Adelle M. Bennett . Librarian THE LIBRARY STAFF The Library Staff consists of twenty-one girls who devote one hour each day to the library. They perform all routine desk duties, e. g., stamping and filing passes, carding books, putting books on the shelves, typing, and minor mending. They are not paid for the work, but they receive an extra¬ curricula credit on their report cards. The library could not remain open from 8:30 a. m. to 4:00 p. m., without the assistance of these students. Most of the girls who work in the library belong to the Library Club which meets after school on alternate Tuesdays. The programs vary from the literary to bowling. LIBRARY STAFF Frankie Bishop; Juanita Butt; Jean Combs; Shirley Cook, First Semester; Evelyn Copenhaver, First Semester; Mary Lou Crosswhite; Doris Crotts; Peggy Francisco; June Frazier; Louise Gallion; Regina Garnett; Catherine Haislip; Virginia Likens, Second Semester; La Verne Deyerle, Second Semester; Elva Lavender, Second Semester, Frances Dyer. Second Semester; Jo Ann Huff; Christine Light; Gertrude Lynch; Marilyn Marr, First Semester; Joyce Mounts; Mary Saul; Dora Lee Sturgill; Phyllis Underwood; Peggy Wintermeyer. Those with asterisk are members of the Club. 4 57 }-
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