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Ill-V CUIII OFFICERS Bill Thompson. Jack Rice. Leo Ferris. David Sisler. George St. John. Boyd Harrison. Mr. Paul Coffman. . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . .Sergeant at Arms Program Chairman . Sponsor 1 he Hi-Y is the youth division of the Y. M. C. A. The A. L. chapter did not become organized until mid-term. Many new members “appeared” in our club this year. We gave a banquet and conducted a survey concerning current problems confronting young people. We also sent representatives to the District Convention at Lynchburg and General Assembly at Richmond. “Hats Off” to Mr. Paul Coffman for his splendid leadership! First Row, Left to Right: Jack Rice, Don Brown, Boyd Harrison, Duck Keith, Lloyd Hinchee, Ray Varney, Bob Thornhill, Vincent Clinevell, Jack Crawford, Bill Thornhill, Dick Hurt, Joe Hubbard, Buddy Baker, Bobby Chadwick, Lloyd Campbell, Jr. Second Row: Bill Thompson, Drew Moore, Nelvin Iioback, Edsel Conner, Eugene West, Buddy Butts, Bill Elmore, Jack Mowbray, Dick Powell, John Cross, James Kinzie, Bobby Moore, John Perrow, Mr. Coffman Third Row: Richard West, David Sisler, Bill Hughes, Homer Showalter, Bob Frank, Billy Cecil, George St. John, Jimmy Comer, Bo Engleby, Charlie Dorsey, Jimmy Farmer, Leo Ferris, Bill Simmons, Joe Murphy, Wayne Nienke forty-eight [ 69 ]
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JUNIOR Y-TEENS OFFICERS Mary Alice Woods . President Joyce Plymale . Vice President Betty Messick .. Secretary Mary Anne Logan . Treasurer Jo Anne Showalter . Social Chairman Miss Marilyn Mitchell . Sponsor The Junior Y-Teens, which was reorganized in February, for the first time in several years, is composed of a group of girls in the ninth grade. The purpose of the Y-Teens is to develop each girl spiritually, mentally, and physically. We plan to carry out this purpose in the best way possible. In a change of mood we had a “roll” in several social events, as well. We, the “understudies” of the Senior Y-Teens, although small in number, make up for this in spirit. First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Bennett, Betty Beeler, Alary Anne Logan, Betty Alessick, Mary Alice Woods, Betty Jean Compton, Janet Pugh, Bettye Lou Rittinger, Anne Webster, Xie May Saul, Diana Overstreet, Martha Donaldson, Barbara Allen, Jean McCormick, Lillian Wimmer, Marie Hoasman, Joyce Herrin Second Row: Margaret Gore, Deloriese Gebhardt, Jean Mitchell, Jo Anne McDaniel, Peggy Tyree, Helen Garst, Frances Vest, Barbara, Sayers, Myra Draper, Betty Francisco, Jo Ann Lindamood, Helen Adams, Sue Powell, Sara Bohon, Marian Chapman, M. Alitchell Third Row: Betty Stanford, Thelma Rhodes, Anna Margaret Young, Claudine All, Phyllis Reid, Reba Otey, Joyce Plymale, Jeanne Lynch Hobbs, Dottie Hackman, Sue Harris, Aiaydene Hoback, “ Dot” Douglas, Joyce Owens, Joanne Showalter [ 68 ] Hie pioneer
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jy Q- LIBRARY CIJH OFFICERS Barbara Caldwell. Stranna Leslie. Betty Saul. May Hill. Mrs. Adelle Bennett l Miss Mary Wright ( .... President Vice President . Secretary ... . Treasurer . Sponsors The Library Club consists of twenty-one students who voluntarily give their time to help with the numerous tasks that arise in the Library. In our lives today research of all kinds is vital if we are to play our parts well on the “stage of life.” Hence, the Library Club seeks to foster the love of good books, a joy in reading, appreciation and care of books, and a realization of the value of the library. With this goal as an objective, the Club again sponsored the annual Book Week Contest. During the year the club members enjoyed a Christmas social and a spring picnic as well. Life, with its humor, comedy, pathos and tragedy, has been staged through the centuries. It is our hope that we, the present “players,” may benefit from the previous “players’ ” mistakes, by making use of the wealth of material stored in our Library. First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Caldwell, Mae Hill, Betty Saul, Stranna Leslie, Mabel Ferguson, Claudine Carman, Lucille Poage Second Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Bennett, Enola Calaway, Xie May Saul, Joyce Owens, Jane Jamison, Betty Stanford, Tharon Powell, Deloriese Gebhardt, Belle Hubbard, Marcheta Reese, Norma As said Third Row, Left to Right: Doris Alderman, Ann Webster, Stella Morgan, Joanne Jordaii, Miss Wright [ 70 ] Hie pioneer
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