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Page 104 text:
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB Seated, Left to Right: Mr. Alexander, Marie Henry, Daurice Conner, Elizabeth Cawley, Carolyn Leffel, Vera Simmons, Ruth Turner, Edna Smith, DeLois DeHart. Standing: Doris Koogler, Janet Martin, Herbert Thompson, Robert Richardson, George Moore, Doris Turner, Louise St. Clair, Wilma Collins, Minnie Collins. Robert Richardson Herbert Thompson . Louise St. Clair. .. Doris Turner. George Moore. Minnie Collins. . . . Carolyn Leffel.. . . Mr. Alexander. .. . . President . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Parliamentarian Editor and Promotion Manager . . .Delegate to State Convention . Sponsor The Distributive Education Club is composed of those students taking the retail training course in the Senior Class. The aims and purposes of the club are: to learn about vocational opportunities in the field of distribution; to develop leadership; to integrate the Distributive Education students and program with the school activities; and to provide club participation so that the members may take their places in the community after graduation. Our club has had outside speakers, a field trip to the Mick-or-Mack ware¬ house (where lunch was served again this year as last), training films and other programs, in order to become more familiar with the distribution problems. Social activities have been: a wiener roast at Longwood, a Christmas party, and a square dance. The District Conference of Western Virginia Dis¬ tributive Education Clubs was held again this year at Longwood with the Marion, Wytheville, Christiansburg, Roanoke and Salem Clubs represented. loo THE PIONEER
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DEBATING CLUB Left to Right: Betsy Galbraith, John Cross, Jo Anne Showalter, Sarah Jane Dillon, Ellen O ' Neill, Mrs. Smith, Sponsor, Eleanor Porterfield. Only one veteran returned to the Debating Class this year. But under the direction of Mrs. Smith, the group has accomplished much this semester. In preparation for the district meeting in April, we debated with students of William Fleming, William Byrd, and Roanoke College. The question this year is: “Resolved—that the President be elected by the direct vote of the people.” Whether or not our teams win, each of us will finish this year’s debating class with something more valuable than trophies—a deep interest in international affairs and a feeling of responsibility in our national government. 4 99 } NINETEEN FIFTY
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4-H CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Barbara Barnett, Darlene Terry, Patricia Johnston, Faye Doyle, Jo Ann Walker, Marvin Damewood, Charles Ilawley, Jack Good, Johnny Ferguson, Carolyn Coleman. Second Row: Mrs. Evelyn Blake, Mary Jane Boldish, Mary Ellen Smith, Suzanne Barnard, Curtis Davis, Sylvia Tinnell, Rose Mary Wyant, Mrs. Lillian Jennings. Third Row: Melvin Harter, Dawn Spangler, Shirley Mills, Delorese Murphy, Carole Stroupe, Peggy Jo Stone, Shirley Thomas, Elizabeth Barnett, Mary Beth Stewart, Nancy Tyler, Geneva Smith, Evelyn Early. Fourth Row: Ruby Shelton, Clarence Wirt, Phyllis Farris, Ann Shelton, Mary Lee Price, Dorothy Overton, Mabel Lyons, Geraldine McGue, Jane Furrow, Betty Jeanne Spruhan, Shirley Carter, Patricia Rutledge. Fifth Row: Harlan Grubb, Charles Damewood, Hazel Sirry, Harold Worrell, William Aldridge, Lyle Martin, Roy Wirt, Marie Boothe, Jean Wertz, Johnny Mastin, Buddy Booher. Marvin Damewood Jo Ann Walker. Faye Doyle. Patricia Johnston. . . . Carolyn Coleman. Darlene Terry. Mrs. Lillian Jennings Mrs. Evelyn Blake . President . . . . Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman . Song Leader . Leaders The Andrew Lewis 4-H Club is one of the largest clubs in Roanoke County. We have seventy members. Our “in school” project for the year has been to beautify the Guidance Room. Drapes have been hung, flowers cared for, furniture refinished, and a window shelf has been built. All members have a definite project for out of school development. Our meetings are held semi-monthly on the second and fourth Wednesday mornings. We took an active part in the public speaking contest sponsored by the Bankers of Virginia, the subject being, “Opportunities for Young People on Vir¬ ginia Farms.” Five club members won prizes in this contest, namely: Jo Ann Walker Ann Shelton Patricia Johnston Elizabeth Garnand Faye Doyle «8f 101 NINETEEN FIFTY
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