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Page 92 text:
OFFICE ASSISTANTS CLUE Membership in the Office Assistants Club consists exclusively of seniors in the business diploma course. Although this year’s group is small in number, it does not lack in quality. Whatever you want, from a visitor’s pass to an inter¬ view with the principal, it’s the job of the office practice students. Records, bulletins, cutting stencils, reports—all these must have attention and you’ll find the office practice students right on the job. Under the supervision of Miss Beulah Jones, commercial instructor, and Miss Hester Lee Howell, school secretary, the office practice students help to keep things running smoothly. They are learning the business techniques and procedures that will help them to take their places in the business world. The Office Assistants Club meets weekly for the purpose of discussing problems related to business. During the year representatives in the business world are invited to appear before the group. Also films are shown on such topics as good grooming, interviewing for a job, and techniques and shortcuts that lead toward increased production in office work. Each member spends one hour daily in the school office for a period of nine months applying the principles learned from the discussions in the Club meeting. MEMBERS Vela Bowling; Doris Flinchum; Lola Griggs, Vice President; Dorothy Layman, President; Ada Mae Stump, Secretary- Treasurer. Miss Beulah Jones, Faculty Advisor [ 86 ]
Page 91 text:
Lena Mitchell, Martha Price, Beverley Rakes, Betty Mae Tingler, Phyllis Wise, Lois Agee, Ruth Baker, Martha Lou Bennett, Betty Bolling, Nancy Brice, Lois Caldwell, Mildred Crowe, Martha Dame, Josephine Firebaugh, Audrey Hammersly, Irene Houdy, Virginia Hardie, Marchita Harris, Betty Hill, Esther Hodges, Jean Old, Frances Poff, Betty Rugh Tyler, Velda Vaughn, Peggy Jean Wells, Christine Branch, Frances Blankenship, Janet Cox, Mary Crantz, Charlotte Driscoll, June Day, Clara Deaton, Juanita Donahue, Madeline Donahue, Lola Mae Griggs, Nadine Henderson, Ethel Hudson, Nadine Hailey, Gertrude Lynch, Stranna Louise Lesley, Edith LaBrie, Charlotte Moore, Magdaline Nowlin, Hazel O ' Beirne, Carrie Lee Patterson, Florence Robertson, Ruby Ross, Virginia Roberts, Reba Reese, Marie Sink, Ada Mae Slump, Mary Saul, Wilma Smith, Frances Smith, Ramona Terry, Helen Wingo, Loretta Wirt, Nancy Lee Wright, Claudine Young, Mary Louise Crosswhite r 85 1
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ENUNCIATIONS! EJACULATIONS! OS¬ CILLATIONS! SCINTILLATIONS! ULULA- TIONS! GESTICULATIONS! These and many other “lations” are produced in Room 102 in the Public Speaking Group. Remember those assemblies? Randolph murdered the “Vulture Eye” and Dickie bought a white fur coat, and Betsy the three hats. At Halloween, the witches had a night of revelry! . . . Dramatics! Oh, yes, the “Ring and the Look” and “Three Dying Swans.” Mrs. Strickler, Spo nsor Air. Thompson’s return—left, right, left, right, debating, march! I object, show me your authority! Our “Pullman” trip to Bluefield—twenty-five strong! Speeches, guttural, screechy, dramatic, oratorical, “funny, ha! ha! and funny, peculiar.” Plus oranges, brown covers, hot dogs . . . State Contests! Debates and more debates! Pleasant dreams! Happy motoring. MEMBERS Alfred Powell, Paxton Prufer, Richard Bunting, Evelyn Copenhaver, Katherine Copenhaver, Martha Dame, Doris Driscoll, Rita Friend, Betty Ruth Haupt, Dorothy Jones, James Edward Kinzie, Christine Light, Marilyn Ann Mary, Marie Masterson, John Shank, Randolph Sink, Dorothy Stewart, Violet Wilson, Joe Brogan, Colleen Grubb, Joyce Missitner, Lois Inez Bowen, Vance Cannaday, Norma Cox, Glenn Draper, Lanier Frantz, Joan Johnston, Jackie Sharpe, Maxine Tatum, Mary Ellen Parker [ 87 ]
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