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Page 83 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Doris Roop, Joan Black, Jeanette Watson, Juanita Butt, Frances Flanigan, Katherine Price, Sue Garnett, Louise Hollandsworth Second Row: Frankie Bishop, Louise Gallion, Theresa Friend, Irene Swedberg, Peggy Francisco, Barbara Spencer, Sheridon Carter, June Vess, Evelyn Johnson, Miss Spencer, Sponsor Third Row: Doris Lane, Jo Anne Frazier, Geneva Duncan, Sally Belle Speck, Betty Viar, Katherine Fiat, Lois Bayse, Charlotte Driscoll Sports Club OFFICERS Juanita Butt. Frances Flannagan. Jeanette Watson. Joan Black. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer The Sports Club is an organiza tion of girls who are interested in sports and who wish to encourage others to participate in them. By staying after school to play basketball, softball, tennis, and ping-pong, a girl may gain member¬ ship into the club. To remain in the club she must participate in one of these sports each year. The club has many varied interests. Besides being active in athletics, the members worked in the refreshment stands of the football park and acquired, compiled, and sold the football programs. Some of their social activities for this year were a football hop, a hay ride, a formal dance, and a cabin party. They also gave a Christmas party for the under-priviledged children of Salem. [ 77 ]
Page 82 text:
Theodora Sava, Doris Roop, Betty Mae Doyle, Virginia Porter, Elva Lavender, Mae Hill, Nadine Hailey, Margaret McCray, Margaret Staidel, Jean Old, Edith Lagerholm, Alice Baker, Nancy fVright, Doris Price, Frances Flannagan, Lois Agee, Evon Brogan, Vivian Conner, Geneva Duncan, Char¬ lotte Moore, Arbutus Agee, Charlotte Garst, Elizabeth Kelby, Kathleen Cain, Joyce Jennings, Peggy Wells, Betty Hill, Frances Hill, Jo Ann Jordan, Helen Brumfield, Jean Price, Bernice Guthrie, Lorene Simpson, Faye Lavinder, Stranna I eslie, Virginia Francisco, Roveta Frye, Marie Camp¬ bell, Charlotte Driscoll, Iris Boone, Etta Mae Lester, Janet Cox, Betty Saul, Enola Calaway, Betty Eubank, Betty Jean Lawson, Iris Willis, Betty Stewart, Betty Viar, Catherine Viar, Peggy Talia¬ ferro, Jo Ann Huff Future Homemakers of America OFFICERS Joyce Jennings. Stranna Leslie. . . . Jo Ann Huff. Kathleen Cain .... Frances Flannagan . President . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Sergeant at Arms This year our chapter has 55 members and is affiliated with the state and national organizations. Under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Nancie Miller and Miss Miriam Spangler, our chapter advisors, we are cooperating in carrying out the chapter, state, and national goals. Our general goal is to work together for better school, home, and community services. The motto of the Future Homemakers of America, “Toward New Horizons,” in itself expresses the purpose of the organization. [ 76 ]
Page 84 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Truby Graham, Julius Walthall , Lowell Eller, Carl Bain, Gerald Field, Dean Lloyd, Bobby Brammer, Bobby Chadwick, Buddy Walker, Richard Eubank, Andy Renick, James Peters Second Row, Left to Right: Danny Mowles, Thomas Tobey, Glenn Draper, Lanier Frantz, George St. John, Eugene West, Emory Thurman, David Sisler, Kenneth Hill, Allen Frazier, Randolph Sink, Allen DuBose Third Row, Left to Right: Arnold Kenton, William Thompson, Chatles Dorsey, Jaynes Comer, Jack Rice, Dudley Engleby, Melvin Grubb, Boyd Harrison, Homer Showalter, Don Brown, Mr. Bell Fourth Row, Left to Right: James Thomas, Bob Montgomery, Tom Engleby, William Cecil, Buford Butts, Lloyd Campbell, Alfred Powell, James Kinzie, David McClung Hi-Y Club OFFICERS David McClung. Alfred Powell. Tom Engleby. Lanier Frantz. Bill Thompson. George St. John. Thomas Tobey. . President ... .Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman . . Sergeant at Arms . Chaplain The FH-Y Club at Andrew Lewis is sponsored by the principal, Mr. M. H. Bell. The club is affiliated with the nation-wide Hi-Y organization and strives to carry out the purpose of the organization, namely: “To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character.” [ 78 ]
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