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The PIONEER 111 Y CLUB OFFICERS Joe Ray Burnett. President Gerald Field. Vice President Keith Edmunds. Secretary Craig Sluss. Treasurer The Hi-Y is made up of a group of responsible fellows who strive to carry out the Hi-Y purpose: “To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character.” To ally himself with the nation-wide fellowship of the Hi-Y, a student accepts the purpose of the Club. MEMBERS Joe Brogan, Dickie Bunting, Joe Ray Burnett, Glenn Draper, Gerald Field, Keith Edmunds, AlwoodGallion, Carl Graham, Trubie Graham, Boyd Harrison, Donald Keith, David McClung, Homer Showalter, Emory Thurman, Thomas Tobey, Julius Walthall, Buddy Walker, Ballard Wood, Donald Young, James Harris, Harry Blanton, Donald Boatwright, Bobby Brammer, Jaynes Butts, Jack Crawford, Ray Caldwell, Tom Eyigleby, Bill Ervin, Richard Eubank, Lanier Frantz, Otis Frink, John Glassgow, Lloyd Hiyichee, Johnny Hudgens, Arnold Keaton, James Kinzie, David Mitchell, Charles Missimer, Ernest Obenshain, Alfred Powell, Rob ert Stiff, David Sisler, Harry Terry, Jeryl Varney, Dalton Burgess, Harry Beatty, Howard Conner, Leo Ferris, Melvin Grubb, Bill Thompson, Jack Gwallney, Page Nelson, George St. John, Craig Sluss t 76 ]
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SPORTS CLUB OFFICERS Loretta Wirt. President Peggy Ragland. . . . Vice President Mildred Reynolds. Secretary Ann Watson. Treasurer Madeline Price. Sergeant at Arms Jananne Larson. .Faculty Advisor Good sportsmanship, extra games, selling basketball and softball tickets, introducing programs for football, dances—“Turkey Flop,” “Holiday Hop,” and a Christmas party for the under-privileged children were just a few of the activities enjoyed by the Sports Club. No more hair-pulling! Why? The Sports Club placed more mirrors in the girls’ rest rooms. Notice those ping-pong games, the badminton sets, volleyballs, softballs and those bows and arrows. . . Well, the Sports Club bought ’em. Tramp! Tramp! Tramp . . . No—not the boys but the girls marching down Senior hall and they are seventh graders—the Sports Club brought them down for a tour of the building. Only 75 points for admittance—350 for a letter—come on, girls! You are all welcome! members Lois Bayse, Virginia Beninghove, Frankie Bishop, Jane Black, Jean Black, Joan Black, Ruby Blevins, Christine Branch, Juanita Butt, Delores Chelf, Anita Colley, Jean Combs, June Crosswhite, Charlotte Driscoll, Frances Flanagan , Peggy Francisco, Regina Garnett, Shirley Godsey, Lillie Grubb, Lucy Humphreys, Diana Miller, Hazel 0 Beirne, Frances Poff, Madeline Price, Peggy Ragland, Harriett Reynolds, Doris Roop, June Ross, Harrietts Rowell, Gladys Sherrard, Sally Belle Speck, Frances Tyree, Betty Viar, Catherine Viar, Ann Watson, Jeanette Watson, Loretta Wirt Barbara Spencer, Dorothy Stewart [ 75 ]
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FORTY-SIX ANDREW LEWIS YEWS THE STAFF Jeanne Hann. Editor Charles Dorsey. Assistant Editor Evelyn Copenhaver I . Sports Editors Buddy Butts ) Peggy Lou DeHart. Circulation Manager James Edward Kinzie ) Roberta Draper 1 Rrnnrtrrt Maria Cushman Catherine Haislip John H. Snapp. Faculty Advisor As students ignore teachers on Friday mornings and read “Et Cetera” to find out who made gossip, members of the News Staff are busy turning deaf ears to people who are angry because they did—or maybe because they didn’t—make the column. Oh, yes—the Staff may take a verbal beating, but it’s still lots of fun (and a lot of work). Under the capable leadership of J. H. Snapp, the Andrew Lewis News is published each Friday in the Salem Times-Register through the courtesy of J. H. Thornton, owner and publisher.
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