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Page 107 text:
EIGHTH GRADE PROJECTION CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Alex Gardner, Miss Hearing, Harold Spraker, Curtis Davis. Second Row: John Cannady, Gene Hall, Michael Lawrence, Ray Trent, Scotty Russell. Third Row: Robert Neal, Harold Walker, Robert Leonard. Alex Gardner . President Robert Leonard . Vice President Ray Trent . Secretary-Treasurer Miss Hearing . Sponsor The purpose of the Eighth Grade Projection Club is to aid eighth grade teachers in the showing of films in the individual rooms and to sponsor films shown in the auditorium. 4 103 } N I NETEEN FI FTY
Page 106 text:
STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION First Row, Left to Right: June Deyerle, Fay Mowbray, Judy Furrow, Mary Ellen Whitmore, Charles Carper, Alva Conner, Deloriese Gebhardt, Barbara Reynolds, Muriel Walker, Barbara Mitchell. Second Row: Betty Gresham, Betty Hancock, Wanda Auvil, Glenna Dulaney, Alnieta Bohon, Elizabeth Sellers, Ann Hudgins, Jean Brogan, Doris Smith, Juanita Agee, Janet Gibson. Third Row: Charlotte Burjord, Jean Lumsden, Patricia Johnston, Nancy Turner, Jerry Noblitt, Mary Spangler, Paul Copenhaver, Bob Haupt, Beverly Obenchain, Joanne Campbell, Phyllis Grubb, Betty Francisco. Fourth Row: Charlotte Thomas, Edith Harris, Jo Anne Walker, Hazel Tinsley, Nancy B oone, Barbara Howard, Shirley Carter, Annie Stanley, Ethel Stump, Joanne Alls, Maxine Trevey. Fifth Row: Margery Gouge, Ellen Sample, Johnny Stevens, Danease Flowers, Claudine Sirry, Helen Gray, Naomi Gregson, Bob Miller, Virginia Jarvis, Robertine Hughes. Sixth Row: Joan Austin, Myrtle Garrett, Edith Grisso, Doris Kirby, Mary Sue Harris, Robert Thomp¬ son, Leon Ramsey, June Logan, Janet Carter, Viola Vaughn, Norma Assaid. Charles Carper . President Judy Furrow . Vice President Mary Ellen Whitmore . Secretary Alva Conner . Treasurer The Student Christian Association is made up of those persons genuinely interested in upholding the standards of Christianity in the school. This year we have had more than one hundred members who have been very active under the capable leadership of our sponsor, Miss Sarah Goodwin. At our meetings we have had many inspiring talks by ministers from various churches. As in former years, one of the club’s important projects has been writing Bible verses every day on the board in each room. The club bought new hymn books this year, and a choir of about thirty members has been organized. We also sponsored a religious assembly in February. We believe the S. C. A. has had a truly successful year. 102 THE PIONEER
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SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Bennett, Tharon Powell, Marcheta Reese, Blanche Lucado, Alice Ann Davis, Miss Wright. Second Row: Norma Jean Hartman, Ruby Feld, Doris Cooper, Clara Crotts, Lillie Bohon, Patsy Willis, Doris Alderman, Adrienne Anderson, Shirley Barnett, Lois Brizendine, Marie Housman, Alary Roberts, Daisy Long, Aiargie Anderson, Pat Templeton, Janet Gibson, Faye Murray. Alice Ann Davis Blanche Lucado. Marcheta Reese Tharon Powell. .... President Vice President . Secretary . . . . Treasurer The Senior Library Club consists of twenty-four members. It is through the aid of many of these members and the staff that the work of the Library is carried on. Their work is greatly appreciated by students as well as the faculty. This club meets on alternate Wednesdays in the Reference Room of the Library. The programs presented at these meetings feature guest speakers as well as students and are greatly enjoyed by all who attend. The activities for the past year included a Book Week Tea for the faculty, a Halloween booth at Municipal Field, and a hamburger fry at Longwood. This group sponsored an assembly which presented the Roanoke College Players in a scene from “Elizabeth the Queen” as a Book Week Assembly. A contest for the best miniature scene from a favorite book was held, and the miniatures were on display in the Library during Book Week. The club joined in the Christmas spirit by filling a basket for the poor and exchanging presents at their annual Christmas party. The members of this club have enjoyed the social and educational activities of the past year. It is with high hopes for the coming year that we bid farewell to “Andy Lou.” 4 lot } THE PIONEER
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