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Page 80 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Dick Little, Lloyd Hinchee, Zed Long, Dickie Bunting, Clarence Maberry, David Minichan, Buddy Hall Second Row: Brent Lluffman, Ray Wilbourne, David Brown, Melvin Ilollandsworth, Charley Webber, Pinky Wilbourne, Skeeter Hesmer, Gerald Field, Allen DuBose Third Row: David McClung, Courtland Spotts, David Mitchell, George Graybill, George St. John, Jimmy Robertson, Alden Scott, Frank Shelor, Mr. Copenhaver, Sponsor Monogram Club OFFICERS George Graybill. David Brown. Dickie Bunting. . President .... Vice President Secretary-Treasurer The Andrew Lewis Monogram Club of 1946-47 was formed at the beginning of the year under the sponsorship of H. M. Copenhaver, coach. The club was formed around a nucleus of 18 old mem¬ bers and at the present is making plans for the initiation of new members. The club has been more active this year than in recent years with the return of eight veterans. It has held two dances and is planning to hold another. The money from these dances is going to be used to buy each member a Monogram sweater. [ 74 ]
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PATRICIANS Helen Ames, Gwyn Andrews, Jean Beamer, Frankie Bishop, Sue Burress, David Carr, Bobby Chadwick, Andrew Chadman, Dolores Chelf, Anne Churchman, James Comer, Fayth Ann Conner, Lynn Deyerle, Jimmy Farmer, Louise Gallion, Bobby Greer, Nancy Harveycutter, Nancy Hopkins, Martha Kime, Dean Lloyd, Barbara Norris, Peter Peffer, Marvin Peters, George St. John, Pat Smiley, Robert Stacy, Julius Walthall, Charlie Webber, Tommy Beason, Vernon Bess, Margaret Anne Boone, Jean Brown, Max Brown, Billy Cecil, Evelyn Chapman, Lula Cross Chapman, Billy Doyle, June Frazier, Teresa Friend, Bill Hughes, Garth Nelson, John Perrow, Edward Scruggs, Betty Jean Smith, Bill Thompson, Betty Viar, Jeanette Watson, Virginia Webber, Marjorie Woods, Nancy Wright, Melvin Bowling, George Bowman, Judith Brown, Claudine Conner, Norma Cundiff, Phyllis Dooley, Betty Jane Grossman, Jean Hartman, Joan Johnston, Ora May Miller, Harriett Minichan, Nancy O’Neill, Jimmy Robertson, Loretta Rogers, Peggy Rushbrooke, Phyllis Schaffer, Jane Scott, Jack Shannon, Katherine Simpson, John Turbyfill, J. M. Young, Betty Brown, Gwendolyn Craig, Charles Dorsey, William Garrett, James Harris, Sylvia Holliday, John James, Jane Jamison, Charlotte Jones, Betsy McDaniel, James Peters, Alfred Powell, Andy Renick, Helen Shilling, Randolph Sink, Harry Slone, Mary Ann Smith, Jean Stanford. PLEBIANS Don Brown, Sidney Combs, Maria Cushman, Phyllis Draper, Roberta Draper, Janet Eller, Herbert Gordon, Bernard Hart, Harry Humphreys, John Kinder, David Mitchell, Audrey Nichols, Jean Painter, Robert Paxton, Nell Starkey, Charles Webster, Joyce Wood, Lloyd Campbell, Hubert Bain, Virginia Beamer, Norvin Boone, Juanita Butt, James Evans, Joanne Frazier, Glenn Hayes, Nancy James, Dennis McCarter, Florence Robertson, Anne Stuart, Hughes Swain, Joanne Turner, Betty Adamson, Carl Bain, Ella Mae Draper, Jimmy Johnson, Alvin Stump, Reginald Tomblin, Betty Hor ne, Louise Fringer, Betty Painter, Jackie Hite, Jack Rice, Virginia Farris. OTHERS (Not Taking Latin) Martha Aldhizer, Billy Bowles, Richard Bunting, Buddy Butts, Catherine Copenhaver, Peggy Lou Dehart, Allen Dubose, Tommy Engleby, Doris Jean Garst, Wilma Edwards, Wilma Hodge, Melvin Hollandsworth, Pat Hubbard, Mary Ann Hubbard, Robert Jeffreys, Gwendolyn Johnson, James Kinzie, Marilyn Marr, David Minichan, Mary Louise Musser, Willie Robertson, Frank Shelor, Cammie Spotts, Courtland Spotts, Connie Stevens, Buddy Walker. SODALITAS LATINA The Sodalitas Latina was organized four years ago by Miss Annie Cook and since that time it has grown to be one of the school’s most prominent clubs. The purpose of the club is to bring together those who are taking Latin and those who have taken it and still show an interest in the Classics. Any person who has either of these qualifications and who has passed his course is eligible for membership. The club has many activities during the year which are both social and educational. Its social functions consist of dances, such as the “Christmas Dance” and the annual “May Day Formal.” Parties for the faculty, such as the annual " Faculty Tea,” let the students meet the teachers in a social at¬ mosphere. The club has regular meetings in which the programs consist of lectures by prominent classicists or professional persons on Roman customs, habits and dress, or Latin literature. Slides are shown on phases of Roman life. The members of the various classes plan and give these programs. The club usually presents an educational assembly program for the school. It gives an Easter pageant or a Roman fashion show in alternate years. This year the Latin and Home Economics Clubs gave a fashion show comparing and contrasting Roman and modern fashions. [ 73 ]
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Cammie Spotts, Jack Shannon, Edward Scruggs, James Comer, William Robertson, Buddy Walker, Lanier Frantz, Garth Nelson, Bill Thompson, Lynn Deyerle Projection Club The Projection Club was organized to carry out the Audio-Visual Program and to train students in operating the machines, caring for the equipment, and in taking pictures of school activities for various purposes. The club, formerly sponsored by Mr. Selden H. Watkins, is carrying on under the temporary supervision of an executive committee composed of the club members. Every semester the club plans a well-rounded program of feature movies, class-room pictures, and stage performances. These activities have proved to be not only entertaining and recreational, but educational as well. [ 75 ]
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