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Page 95 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Mary Lou Crosswhite, Eloise Hannah, Catherine Haislip, Pat Smiley, Dixie Blevins, Kathleen Cain, Gwendolyn Johnson, Pat Emory, Betsy McDaniel, Peggy Lou DeHart, Sally Belle Speck, Betty Broughman, Annette Auvil, Wilma Edwards, Joan Johnston Second Row: Ruby Kanode, James Blount, John Millay, Donald Boatwright, Clarence Mabery, Brent Lluffman, Richard Bain, Ralph Walker, Randolph Sink, J. M. Young, Lee Hartman, Wanda Kirby Third Row: Don Brown, Melvin Grubb, Tom Engleby, Donald Keith Listen, my friends, and you shall hear Not of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, But of the Public Speaking Class and the work we do— Of the speeches we prepare especially for you. By reciting poetry throughout the year We get rid of “stage fright” and have no fear. We remember rhythm, meter, and rhyme And with “Pearl” we have a “grand ole” time. Plays patriotic in their theme Make history come alive it does seem. Then plays for laughter and for fun Put care and trouble on the run. Contests of every kind and creed Fill every kind of need. You know the rest—on the papers you have read Of the different things we “have said,” How for “assembly” there was needed a speech, Or for a program you wanted a “peach.” ’Twas not a voice in the darkness or “Richard at the Door,” But the voices from our class that will be heard FOREVERMORE. Joan Johnston Public Speaking Class [ 89 ]
Page 94 text:
Seated, Left to Right: Wilma Edwards, Mary Lou Crosswhite, Betsy McDaniel, Mary Ann Smith, Joan Johnston, J. M. Young, Randolph Sink Standing: John Ray Turbyfill, Paul Grubb, Jo Ann Huff, Kathleen Cain, Jack Crawford, Richard Bain National Forensic OFFICERS League Betsy McDaniel. President Mary Ann Smith. Vice President Mary Lou Crosswhite. Secretary-Treasurer First of all, we wish to remind you, as we always have to do, that N. F. L. is National Forensic League and not National Federation of Labor! Membership in the N. F. L. is acquired by points. To earn these points, you may take part in public speaking, oration, dramatics or debating. This year’s activities included one-act plays before the school and other community clubs, speak¬ ing before the American Legion, public speaking in the contest for scholarship, and practice tournaments and debating. We have gained many new members this year and we hope we will gain many more to take the places left open by our graduates. [ 88 ]
Page 96 text:
Front Row, Left to Right: Belle Hubbard, Madeline Donahue, Charlotte Hill, Ellen Goodwin, Lula Gentry, Annette Loman , Joyce Price, Jean Thomas, Ora Mae Miller, Lou Anna Etter, Wanda Sweeney, Vivian Hart Second Row: Betty Bolling, Edith Jessee, Nancy Hartman, Lillian Moses, Nancy Brice, Kathleen Cain, Evelyn Cain, Ellen Baker, Josephine Firebaugh, Velda Vaughn, Catherine Horne, Josephine Spangler, Virginia Garrett Third Row: Irene Smith, Lois Caldwell, Ruth Brogan, Louise Fringer, Martha Smith, Lois Agee, Doris Via, Helen Wingo, Claudine Young, Betty Viar, Barbara Spencer, Janet Eller, Rovcta Fry Fourth Row: Virginia Clark, Frances Hicks, Evelyn Gillespie, Miss Peters, Sponsor, Mary l irginia Gaskins, Barbara Adams, Rachel McCormick, Helen Brumfield, Evon Brogan, Vivian Conner, Doris Price, Glenn Draper, Richard Bain, Thomas Tobey, Lois Bayes, Audrey Nichols, Norman Street The Student Christian Association Richard Bain . . . Wanda Sweeney Vivian Conner. , Norman Street. Glenn Draper. . OFFICERS .... President Vice President . Secretary . .. . Treasurer . Chorister The Student Christian Association, organized in the spring of 1945, is now open to students of the tenth, eleventh and twelfth grades. It has grown from a small group of approximately a dozen interested students, who first had the dream of such an organization, to the present membership of more than one hundred. The S. C. A. has for its goal the fostering and strengthening of Christian character among our student body. It encourages leadership through participation in the devotional programs which are held semi-monthly. It is hoped that our efforts today toward the promotion of the worth-while in life may be felt also in our community. [ 90 ]
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