BOARD OF DIRECTORS C.R.Litfle . Advisor Charles Davenport, Vice President Alan Carter, Production Mana r Howard Bowers, President E. W. Lilly Advisor Robert Hatcher, Secretary and Treasurer I | I
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COUNCILS A Class Council is composed of the four class officers and the home room presidents of a class. The Class Councils have worked hard with the student council in preparing a handbook. Next year the big project of the class councils will be helping the student council finish the point system. Senior Class: Sonny Loud (president), Ruble Smith (vice president), Sue Powell (secretary), Harold Pillow (treasurer), Marian Chapman (ioi), Joe Matisco (102), Dot Douglas (103), Joe Rush- brooke (104), Douglas Walker (105). Junior Class: Billy Young (president), Bob Haupt (vice president), Marlene Gallion (secre¬ tary), Jean Campbell (treasurer), T. R. Barker (106), Connie Eakin (202), Billy Young (203), Correnia Henderson (204), Ellen O’Neill (206), Bill Robey (208). Sophomore Class: Jack Good (president), Eddie Talley (vice president), Kenneth O’Beirne (secretary), Joan Alls (treasurer), Louis Spradlin (108), Eddie Talley (109), Billy Brogan (301), Pat Donaldson (302), Martha Goodwin (303), Bill Hurt (304), Connie Moses (305), Mary Spangler (306), John Musser (308). Freshman Class: Oceile Hall (president), Darlene Terry (vice president), Mary Cook Kolmer (secretary), Georgia Crawford (treasurer), Susie Blankenship (110), Georgia Crawford (ill), Oceile Hall (112), Gus Haynes (113), Jessica Kittinger (114), Frankie Norton (115), Ruth St. Clair (116), Shirley Thomas (117). Eighth Grade: Carroll Sue Sink (president), Karen Johnston (vice president), Shirley Eubank (secretary), Watson Mundy (treasurer), Dale Early (215), Margaret Ballard (216), Betty Jean Carroll f217), Jane Henson (218), Buddy Eakin (219), Loretta Starkey (209), Frankie Reed (210), Carroll Sue Sink (211), Watson Mundy (212), Shelby Lipps (213), Creed Frazier (214). 4 108 f ! 1
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