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Page 86 text:
First Row, Left to Right: Charlotte Garst, Betty Jean Lawson, Frances Flannagan, Betty Eubank, Doris Alderman, Anne Webster, Irene Swedberg, Peggy Tyree, Jeanette Coleman, Joyce Jennings, Mary Jane Shephard, Virginia Davis, DeLois DeHart. Second Row: Barbara Bennett, Betty Taylor, Ruth Brogan, Janet Eller, Naomi Gregson, Josephine Spangler, Minnie Collins, Wilma Collins, Faye Murray, Alice Ann Davis, Almeta Bohon. Third Row: Mrs. Miller, Sponsor, Dot Underwood, Mabel Ferguson, Ima Wagoner, Wanda Patteson, Joyce Rusher, Ella Haynes, Betty Beeler, Mrs. Gordon, Sponsor. F. H. A. Ruth Brogan . President B etty Jean Lawson . Vice President Virginia Davis . Secretary Betty Eubank . Treasurer Frances Flannagan. Mrs. Nancie Miller i Mrs. Barbara Gordon j Reporter Sponsors Girls over a decade ago learned homemaking from their mothers, or learned the “hard way” by experience after marriage. Today, we of the F. H. A. can appreciate the improvement over the schools of yesterday. Under Mrs. Miller’s and Mrs. Gordon’s never-ending advice and super¬ vision, we are better equipped to face our future in any phase of community life. Improvement within ourselves today, makes better homes and stronger family ties tomorrow. ■4 80 } THE PIONEER
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Mdrew Cewis News Jack Rice. Nancy O’Neill . Lucille Lee Thomas Lee Hawley. . . Allan Frazier. Herbert Gordon Betty Jean Campbell Betty Jean Lawson Sarah Jane Dillon Betty Jo Moses Joyce Crosswhite Dot Douglas Ann Lewis J o Ann Showalter Dennis McCarter Betty Brown Campbell Joyce Jennings Johnny Stevens Jean Lucas Joan Haupt Annie Davis Etta Mae Lester Virginia Francisco Mr. John H. Snapp. .. Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors ... Sports Editor . . Feature Editor Reportorial Staff Circulation Staff Faculty Adviser Each Friday morning the latest news of Andrew Lewis comes in the Times-Register edited by Mr. John Thornton. Mr. Thornton donates a page in the Times-Register for the Andrew Lewis News which is written on Monday afternoon by students of Andrew Lewis. Along with the news comes the latest flashes from Watson about people and happenings in Watson’s own famous column, Et Cetera. The staff would like to join Watson in expressing its ap¬ preciation for the students’ many nickels. 4 79 ) FO RTY-NIN E
Page 87 text:
First Row, Left to Right: William Broyles, Tommy Martin, Wesley Grisso, Dwight Grisso, Norris Martin, Rhea Clark, George Bowling, Rex Tenney, Marvin Damewood, Pete Darnall, Robert Richard¬ son, Ira Poage. Second Row: Jack Gearhart, Woodie Martin, Robert Clark, Nelson Simpson, Gerald Boone, Junior Wright, Harold Pendleton, Johnny Obenchain, Elwood Peterson, Jack Gunter, Bill Davenport, II. M. Morris, Ben Bohon, Jr., Edgar L. Terry. Third Row: R. E. Kinzie, Sponsor, Harry Simpson , Billy Garman, Albert Turner, Lyle Martin, Claude Sirry Bob Shelton, R. J. Garman, Melvin Garman, Curtis Garman, Randolph Mitchell, Hugh Poage, Cecil Boone, Buddy Baker, Kenneth Martin, Mr. Peters, Sponsor. Fourth Row: Kenneth Craig, Andy Smith, Eugene Dixon, W. II. Yates, Erwin Sumner, Kenneth Otey, Ernest Moore, Jim Peters, George Gearhart, Donald Leming, Lawrence Martin, Gale Ayers, William Hall, Jack Hartman. F. F. A. Francis Gibson . President Norris Martin . Vice President Dwight Grisso . Secretary Rhea Clark . Treasurer Wesley Grisso . Reporter Melvin Garman . Watch Dog Mr. J. E. Peters 1. Sponsors Mr. R. E. Kinzie The Future Farmers of America is the national organization of farm boys studying vocational agriculture in the public high schools throughout the United States. The primary aim of the Future Farmers of America is the development of agricultural leadership, cooperation, and citizenship. Through the leadership of these boys, we may expect a new agriculture—an agriculture lighted by science which will share with industry in the country’s general prosperity. Rural leadership is the greatest call of the hour. Our leaders who live up to the F. F. A. motto cannot fail in this task. “Learning to do—doing to learn—earning to live—living to serve.” 4 81 } FORTY- NINE
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