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SPORTS CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Annette Garst, Margaret Moore, Kay Stamper, Sheridan Carter, Miss IVatts, Evelyn Garst, Regina Howard, Peggy Layman. Second Row: Pat Templeton, Barbara Ronk, Mary Ann Logan, Charlotte Yost, Nancy Peters, Doris Martin, Joyce Herring, Marlene Gallion, Jane Furrow, Betty Neal, Charlene Powell. Third Row: Sue Powell, Helen McGue, Ann Lewis, Ann Webster, Connie Mills, Betty St. Clair, Peg McCarter, Shirley Martin, Betty McNeil, Patty Donaldson. Fourth Row: Barbara Stevens, Doris Gordon, Edith Grisso, Judy Trevillian, Martha Donaldson, Irene Swedberg, Stella Greenway, Ann Cecil Renick, Jean Cook, Katherine Powell, Sue Garnett. Sheridan Carter . President Evelyn Garst . Vice President Kay Stamper . Secretary Regina Howard . Treasurer Miss Phyllis Watts . Sponsor This year the girls of the Sports Club have had a busy, fun-packed year. First of all, the girls tried something new—camping trips. They worked out well and were fun, especially for the “greenies” on their snipe hunt. Next, the girls gave a Christmas party for a group of underprivileged Salem children. Santa was there to distribute presents and bring a little Christmas cheer to these children. There were guest speakers and play days throughout the year. Play days sought to bring girls of all the schools participating closer together and make them forget about winning school teams. All in all, the girls of the Sports Club feel that they have accomplished something worth while this year, by helping others and helping themselves by learning how to be good sports in the game of life. -f 97 b- NINETEEN FI FTY
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MONOGRAM CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Coach Spruhan, Jack Harrison, Herbert Thompson, Alonzo Kittinger, JVdyne Shelor, Billy Young. Second Row: Sonny Loud, Julius Goodwin, Jimmy Black, Charles Webster, Elwood Peterson, Eddie Talley, Buck Wright. Third Row: Raymond Watson, Corbin Wade, Jimmy Peters, Walter Bearing, Stanley Crotts, Mac Min¬ nick. Fourth Row: Bill Rakes, Bill Garst, Donald Thompson, Andy Martin, Wilson Kolmer, George Moore, Charles Wilbourne. Alonzo Kittinger. President Wayne Shelor. Secretary Herbert Thompson. Treasurer The Monogram Club is composed of boys who have earned their letters by participating in football, basketball, and baseball. The letters were presented in an assembly by Dickie Bunting and Skeeter Hesmer, former football stars at Andrew Lewis. The club sponsored a dance after the Fleming game which was very suc¬ cessful. An initiation for the new members is now being planned. 4 96 }l THE PIONEER
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FORENSICS First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Smith, June Deyerle, Lucille Lee, Blanche Lucado, Elizabeth Garnand, Jo Ann Walker, Ann Shelton, Faye Doyle, Jennie Smiley, Peggy Layman, Mrs. Strickler. Second Row: Patricia Johnston, Nell Eller, Lillie Plybon, Mary Lee Kingery, Nancy Boone, Almeta Bohon, Bonnie Jean Moore, Ann St. Clair, Jo Ann Showalter, Bubbles Garst, Betsy Galbraith, Annie Davis. Third Row: Lillian Wimmer, Edna Mae Fauber, Eleanor Porterfield, Florence Robertson, Ann Lewis, Ann Renick, Alary Sue Garnett, Ellen O ' Neill, Kay Grosart, Anna Hill, Joan Crawford, Helen Bowman. Fourth Row: Billy Young, Nadine Kessler, Janet Lee Carter, Jean Lynch Hobbs, Joanne Frazier, Marshall Mundy, Charles Wilbourne, Shirley Garst, Eleanor Brillhart, Fannie Sue Robertson, Judy Meadows, Norman Stemple. Fifth Row: Bill Simmons, Mac Minnick, Dick Agee, Preston Hancock, Jimmy Evans, Alonzo Kittinger, Jimmy Kirkwood, Leon Ramsey, John Cross, George Gearhart, Miles Masters. Gales of laughter on Senior Hall! Surprised? Of course not. In room 102 is a dead man believing in neither Heaven nor hell and all dressed up with nowhere to go—that is according to Mrs. Strickler’s tale, “Who done it?” Just ghost yarns—brrrh! Norman Stemple trying to be a genuine, honest-to- goodness ghost with the aid of Mama Betsy. No one spirited away—everyone amazed. Early fall, Patriotism at its highest peak—-Remember Andrew Jackson, Big Ivan and the Un¬ known Soldier. Eight patriots appeared at the American Legion. Butterflies in their stomachs pre¬ vented perfect justice to the turkey dinner. However, Joan Crawford and Norman Stemple came home with the medals. Contests coming, writing speeches, reading poetry, acting skits. Dick Agee kept cozy in his fur coat, while Kay Grosart had a “Lover’s Quarrel. ” Lillian Wimmer sighed “I Can’t Breathe” and joined Janet Carter for a “Rest Cure.” While Snooks was taking “His First Train Ride,” Betsy Galbraith was attending five o’clock tea. John Cross on the Constitution! Others wondering where we’ll be “50 Years Hence.” Many reading prose and poetry and writing speeches for the district contest—even Sidney Lanier was not neglected in the U. D. C. contest. Bye now, see you next year. 4 98 THE PIONEER
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