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Page 98 text:
F. H. A. Seated on Floor, Left to Right: Helen Shephard, Kathleen Taylor, June Newman, Imojean Frye, Rose Caldwell 5 Julia Fralin. Seated: Marcelene Smith, Sue Garnett, Mrs. Blake, sponsor, Betty Beeler, Sheila Gallagher, Ann St. Clair, June Propps, Shirley Barnett, Harriet Grubb, Louise Shelor. Standing, First Row: Mrs. Miller, Sponsor , Dorothy Johnson, Margie Harris, Mary Stump, Frances Craghead , Mabel Ferguson, Jackie Doss, Novella Agee, Nancy Carroll, Doris Eller, Ruby Feld, Jo Ann Lindamood, Jean Cook, Barbara Barnett. Standing, Second Row: Margaret Dickerson, Estelle Huffman, Mary Becky Garman, Ann Renick, Fannie Sue Robertson, Doris Alderman, Irene Swedberg, Helen Gray. Betty Taylor . President Betty Beeler . Vice President Sue Garnett . Secretary Sheila Gallagher . Treasurer Fannie Sue Robertson . Reporter Mrs. Nancie Miller 0 Mrs. Evelyn Blake . Sponsors This year our chapter has fifty members and is affiliated with the state and national organizations. Under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Nancie Miller and Mrs. Blake, our chapter advisers, we are cooperating in carrying out the chapter, state, and national goals. Our general goal is to work together for better school, home and community services. The motto of the Future Homemakers of America, “Toward New Hori- zons,” in itself expresses the purpose of the organization. Today, we, of the F. H. A., can appreciate the improvement over the schools of yesterday. Girls over a decade ago learned homemaking from their mothers, or learned the “hard way,” by experience after marriage. Improvement within ourselves today makes better homes and stronger families of tomorrow. Some of our activities were: pot luck supper for F. F. A. and F. H. A. members, open house for the 8th Grade, tea for the faculty, and our biggest event, the fashion show. ■4 94 fa THE PIONEER
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Editor-in-Chief Lucille Lee Associate Editor Betty Moses Girls ' Sports Editors Doris Alderman Ann Renick Sue Garnett June Propps Roys ' Sports Editors Wilson Kolmer Jimmy Johnson Reporters Sarah Jane Dillon Jimmy Johnson Martha Jane Donaldson Mary Anne Logan Anne St. Cl air Ray Jennings Wilson Kolmer Gordon Hancock Dot Douglas Douglas Anne Lewis Bonnie Moore Shirley Moses Johnny Stevens Iris Cundiff Helen Harter Betty Francisco Bob Miller Circulation Manager Robert Gibson Faculty Adviser John H. Snapp ANDREW LEWIS NEWS Each Monday afternoon the sound of clicking typewriters echoes through the quiet halls of Andrew Lewis as the Andrew Lewis News is compiled. Then comes Friday when the circu¬ lation department takes over. Friday morning, teachers get little attention from students whose only interest is finding out the news of the week and who made “Et Cetera.” While this is going on, members of the News staff are busy turning deaf ears to people who are angry because they didn’t—or maybe because they did—make the column. The Andrew Lewis News appears in the pages of the Times Register , published in Salem by Mr. John D. Thornton. It has been a privilege and a pleasure to bring the news to you this year. Although the editor and some other staff members won’t be back next year, here’s hoping Watson will still get the paper out on time! 4 93 j N I NETEEN FIFTY
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F. F. A. First Row, Left to Right: Bobby Richardson, Elwood Peterson, Dwight Grisso, Donald Leming, Norris Martin, George Bowling. Second Row: Mr. Peters, Adviser, Jack Garst, Francis Gibson, Morden Dodson, Harold Pendleton, Carlton Sumner, Henry Webster, Don Otey, Mr. Kinzie, Adviser. Third Row: Lyle Martin, Lawrence Radford, William Barnett, William Broyles, Dick Agee, Herndon Grice, Nelson Simpson, Wesley Grisso, Victor West, Wayne Moulse, Charles Hall, Roy Sisson. Fourth Row: George Poff, Charles Davenport, Bobby Martin, Marvin Damewood, Jimmy Poff, Junior Wright, Curtis Carman, Joe Stewart, Frank Chapman, Jr., Lloyd Shelor, Lewis Gearhart. Fifth Row: Kenneth Radford, Lewis McKinney, W. II. Yates, ' Philip Darnall, Kenneth Otey, Bill Davenport, William Masterson, Sam Ogle, Charles Childress, John Obenchain, Robert Poff, Ray Wimmer. Sixth Row: Robert Shelton, Oscar Hall, Hugh Poage, Ira Poage, Randolph Mitchell, Steve Hale, Lawrence Martin, Tommy Martin, Eugene Dixon, Robert Clark, Donald Pugh. Donald Leming. . . Dwight Grisso .... Norris Martin. . . George Bowling. . Bobby Richardson Elwood Peterson. . President Vice President . Secretary .... Treasurer . Sentinel . Reporter The Andrew Lewis Chapter of the Future Farmers of America began the year with 82 members. The club won the Federation basketball tournament and the forestry judging contest. A new agricultural shop has been built this year, and this will add much to our future accomplishments. The purpose of the F. F. A. is to practice brotherhood, honor rural oppor¬ tunities and responsibilities, and develop those qualities of leadership which a future farmer should possess. Under the guidance and direction of Mr. Jim Peters and Air. Bob Kinzie, this year has proved to be a most successful one. 4 95 } • NINETEEN FIFTY
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