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FORTY LIBRARY CLUB OFFICERS Margaret Pendleton. President Frances Dyer. Vice President Betty Ann Pasley. Secretary Gertrude Lynch. Treasurer The Library Club is made up of thirty-one students, including the library staff and other students who wish to join. The Club holds meetings every other Wednesday in the Library, and the programs are of a literary nature. The Library Club sponsored the Magazine Drive, Book Week and also gave a tea for members of the faculty. STAFF The Library Staff consists of members of the Club and other girls who devote their time to work in the library. They stamp and file passes, card the books and put them on the shelves, mend books and magazines, type catalog cards, book cards and pockets, letters, book orders and countless other things to help Mrs. Bennett, the librarian. MEMBERS Frankie Bishop, Joyce Brown, Mary Lou Crosswhite, Doris Crotts, Shirley Davis, Frances Dyer, Jo Anne Frazier, Louise G allion, Mildred Goode, Lorraine Hibbitt, Jo Ann Fluff, Nancy Johnson, Gertrude Lynch, Margaret McCray, Stella Moses, Jean Old, Betty Ann Pasley, Margaret Pendleton, Mabel Philpott. Catherine Price, Mary Saul, Carolyn Snead, Betty Stanford. Phyllis Underwood, Peggy Wintermeyer, Marion Wondree, Hazel Young, Elva Lavender, Faye Deyerle, Enola Calaway l 83 ]
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The PIONEER NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE OFFICERS Charles David Deyerle. President Joe Ray Burnett. Vice President Joyce Galbraith. Secretary-Treasurer Past: During the war years our activities were limited—but the Kiwanians, the Woman’s Club, and the American Legion came to our rescue by inviting us for programs. At the Asheville Congress our Roland was elected State Senator, however, he went to Germany for Uncle Sam instead. Joe Ray became a Cicero with his famous F. F. A. speech which passed the County, the District, the State, and went to the Southeastern Tournament. We graduated and “married off” all but three members in June, 1945, but Paul came in this fall and now: Present: The war is over! Once again we can plan for the future. We begin to find our stride again. Once more the air is filled with cries of, “Prove your point. It isn’t so!” The N. F. L. work is resumed with the Bluefield practice tournament, we prepare for the U. L. A. L. meet. Future: As a score of newcomers enter the portals of the N. F. L. we face the future confident that the years to come will find among our ranks confident, capable, young men and women who will carry their thoughts to audiences of all types and in many places. MEMBERS Richard Bain, Ruth Baker, Inez Bowen, Anita Colley, Lessie Crouse, Wilma Edwards, Paul Grubb, Jeanne Hann, Dematris Kittinger, June Lynch, Audrey McDaniel, Betsy McDaniel, Lou Messick, Hazel O ' Bierne, Mildred Reynolds, Mary Saul, Mary Ann Smith, John Ray Turbyfill, Loretta Wirt, J. M. Young t 82 ]
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OFFICERS Helen Ruth Maxey. Loretta Wirt. Dixie Blevins. Peggy Taliaferro. June Lynch. Ada Stump. . President . . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Reporter Sergeant at Arms The local club is affiliated with the state and national organizations of the same name. The goals of the Club are: Work for high ideals of home and family living, help with community and patriotic services, help improve health of people in the community, promote wholesome recreation, improve the school building and grounds, put the Club on a sound financial basis, improve and strengthen the local chapter of the Future Homemakers of America, help reduce the cost of living and the rise of inflation, and help produce and conserve food. MEMBERS Betty Adamson, Juanita Butts, Mary Holmes Brand, Dixie Blevins, Ruby Blevins, Hilda Carter, Doris Campbell. Shirley Cook, Betty Jane Cammer, Mary Kathleen Dickerson, Peggy Francisco, Bernice Gutherie, Frances Harris, Rosella Holdren, Elma Jean Jarvis, Rosela Keys, Ruth Longer holms, Mae McCray, June Palmer, Madeline Price, Helen Pillar, Virginia Porter, Daisy Reed, Gladys Sherrand, Lorene Simpson, Peggy Smith, Estelle Spencer, Mary Shelor . Peggy Taliaferro, Catherine Via, Dorothy Wirtz, Arbutus Agee, Shirley Agee, Jeannine Assaid, Jean Beamer, Betty Blanton, Joyce Brizendine, Janice Burford, Doris Bugg. Barbara Coleman, Marie Campbell, Ann Clayton, Shirley Davis, Regina Garnett, Virginia Garst, Sylvia Grubb, Mary Gaskins, Nancy Hartman, Alice Hoover, Marie Henery, Regina Hurt, Joyce Jennings, Edith Jessey, Jane Jamison, Elsie King, Marie Masterson, Rachel McCormick, Stella Moses, Frances Mutter, Juanita Poff, Betty Painter, Velma Reed, Irene Smith. Jenine Stanley, Martha Smith, Barbara Spencer, Violet Wilson, Dorothy Cundiff, Jean Francisco, Phyllis Higgs, Frances Hill, June Lynch, Helen Martin, Lois Mills, Marie Moses, Betty Ann Pasley, Reba Perdue, Dorothy Thomas, Phyllis Underwood, Rosemary Waddell, Luella Webb, Peggy Winlermeyer, Sylvia Board, Rhoda Bower, Alzada Cook, Jean Cox, June Crosswhite, Anna Dodson, Thelma Eaken, Mary Epperly, Aline Garst, Alma Gibson, Helen Maxey, Lou Messick, Margie Mills, [ 84 ]
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