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Eighth Grade Shirley Simmons Mary Jean Simpson Beverly Sink Hazel Sirry Dorothy Slough Barbara Smith Charles Smith Geneva Smith Mary Smith Dawn Spangler Harold Spraker Ernest Sprouse Betty Jeanne Spruhan Ida Stanley Ruthie St. Clair Mary Stewart Peggy Jo Stone Carole Stroltpe Everett Stump Robert Stump Barbara Sullivan Evelyn Sutphin Lucille Swain James Taliaferro Darlene Terry Joyce Thomas Shirley Thomas Betty Thornburg Eula Thornburg Leon Tingler Sylvia Tinnell Ray Trent Rose Ann Trevillian Joe Turpin Elaine Tyler Kester Ulrey Paul Wade Bobby Walker Harold Walker Margaret Walters Delores Watson Kenneth Weaver Randolph Weaver Shirley Webb Barbara Wertz Carson Wertz Jean Wertz Martha Wilbourne Elvin Williams Dorothy Willis Don Wirt Geraldine Wirt Minor Wirt Donald Wiseman Francis Witt Peggy Wood Harold Woody Rosemary Wyant Charlotte Yost Jane Yount Rachel Yount 4 78
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STUDENT COUNCIL Joe Stoutamire. President Mac Minnick. Vice President Lillie Plybon. Secretary Wilson Iyolmer. Treasurer This year the Student Council has been a great help in our school life. The student body has become conscious that this organization is vital to a good school. Officials of the Student Cooperative Association, which consists of student and class councils, were chosen by the state department in the fall to participate in making a movie of transportation of pupils on school buses throughout the county. The constitution has been amended and revised this year. The first assembly of the fall term was sponsored by the student council. The program consisted of speeches about school problems, purposes of S. C. A., extra-curricular activities, and sportsmanship. The Student Council instituted a monitor system which has helped much to improve the conduct in the building. The Student Council would like to express its appreciation to the student body for their cooperation and to the sponsors for their advice and guidance. Front Row, Left to Right: Sue Robertson, Wilson Kolmer, Lillie Plybon, Joe Sto utamire, Mac Minnick, George Kolmer, Bobby Cofer. Back Row: Jackie Duke, Georgenia Draper, Mrs. Little, Mrs. Rice, Elva Mae Hall, Pete Garst, Mrs. Strickler, Bill Robey, Sonny Loud, Miss Webb, Miss Mildred Kidd, Marlene Gallion, Kenneth O ' Beirne. THE PIONEER 0
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