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First Row, Left to Right: B. Haynes, D. Williams, A. Leffler, Mrs. Houchens, S. Clemmons, F. Doyle, C. Davis, J. Good, J. Walker, B. Barnett. Second Row: J. Renick, J. Painter, D. Mitchell, S. Franklin, W. Carter, T. Shelton, L. Garst, W. Plunkett, L. Bohon, C. Leffler, D. Jarrett. Third Row: C. Musselman, W. Jamison, C. Wirt, J. Marshall, P. Johnston, E. Barnett, J. Lilly, C. Coleman, K. Johnston, E. Craun, M. Hancock, B. Eakin. Fourth Row: B. Tyler, G. Bateman, B. Alls, H. Adkins, H. Speaker. 4-H CLUB OFFICERS Jack Good . President Jody Walker . Vice President Faye Doyle . Secretary Curtis Davis . Treasurer Anne Shelton . Reporter Barbara Barnett . Song Leader Mrs. Virginia Houchens . Sponsor The purpose of the 4-H Club is to teach its members the better methods of agriculture and home improvement. Besides this, it provides social functions for its members and for the school. One of the major projects of our club this year has been the presentation of a United Nations Flag to the school in observance of United Nations Week. We also worked this year with the Student Government on the project of keeping the halls clean. We presented an assembly and gave a dance for the school at the end of National 4-H Club Week. On April 29, we observed Rural Life Sunday as one of our projects. We were honored this year when three members of our club were elected officers of the Roanoke County 4-H Council. Our motto is: “To Make the Best Better,” and we feel that we have observed this motto throughout the entire year. 4 116 }
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tl s ® . ■ 1 -ff ■ ? ’■ First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Putnam, S. Thomas, P. Stone, S. Eubank, C. Slroupe, G. Crawford, B. Monger, L. Foster, B. Harris, O. Hall Second Row: 5. Compton, P. Ferris, S. Webb, M. Eller, C. Houchins, V. Hailey, B. Carroll, L. Biggs, M. Monger, E. Sanders, G. Snider, A. Smothers, G. Spencer. Third Row: D. Slough, F. Robey, S. Tinnell, V. Fisher, A. Lee, S. Lipps, L. Lancaster, C. Martin, D. Jordan, D. Doyle, P. Deyerle, S. De¬ hart, N. Turman, J. West. Fourth Row: M. Mabes, S. Barnard, S. Garst, A. Blankenship, J. Goode, M. Baxton, E. Fleshman, S. Nunley, O. Nichols, C. Sink, L. Clem, M. Hall, B. Burk, C. Brammer. Fifth Row: 5. Boone, R. Manning, F. Crockett, J. Munsey, B. Conway, G. Hurt, J. Robertson, B. Henderson, J. Powers, M. Phlegar, V. Taylor, M. Wills, H. Williams, E. Wickham. Sixth Row: B. Spruhan, M. Hopkins, B. Hawley, J. Wertz, J. Hackman, A. Mills, F. Muse, A. Hartman, S. Hankins, B. Honaker, D. Willis, J. Furrow, P. Rutledge, E. Poff. Seventh Row: F. Headen, D. Terry, D. Broyles, M. Wilbourne, M. Hinchee, C. Hall, B. Hallman, D. Hall, S. Tolliver, A. Huffman, J. Henson, C. Jewell, R. Folks, M. Boothe. Eighth Row: G. Barnett. O. Blount, B. Black, M. Tichenor, B. Sullivan, S. Morgan, F. Painter, S. Blankenship, M. Smith, G. Smith, P. Long, D. Cundiff, R. Faries. Ninth Row: 5. Brown, D. Crawford, S. Boley, M. Ballard, I. Keyes, V. Poole, F. Reed, N. Smith, C. Moore, B. Miles, E. Earley. JUNIOR Y-TEENS OFFICERS Georgia Crawford. . . Libby Foster. Betty Jo Harris. .. . Carole Stroupe. . . . Oceile Hall. Betty Jean Monger Shirley Thomas. . . . Shirley Eubank. . . . Mrs. M. Putnam. . . . President .... Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer Program Chairman . . W.orld Fellowship . Devotionals . Publicity . Sp onsor We, the Junior Y-Teens, have had quite a busy year; but it hasn’t been all work and no play. One of our greatest attainments is having our own newspaper, “The Y-Teen Chatter,” which is issued twice a month. We have participated in several of the projects of the local Y-Teen clubs, as well as some of our own. At Christmas we contributed chocolate bars to “Chocolates for Christmas,” and later, soap for “Soap for Korea.” We prepared a Christmas basket for a poor family in Salem. In February we sent Valentines and candy to the Veterans Facility. This year we sponsored a dance at the “Y, ” a skating party, a picnic, and a slumber party. We are proud of our accomplishments and hope we have lived up to our purpose which is: To grow as a person, to grow in friendship with people of all races, religions, and nationalities, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. 4 115 }
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BI-PHY-CHEM CLUB OFFICERS Bates Killinger. Bill Robey. Betty Paxton. Faye Carter. . President President Elect . Secretary . Treasurer The science club was organized early in 1950 to help meet the needs of students with special interest in science. The club is affiliated with the Junior Academy of Science and Science Clubs of America. MEMBERS Joan Alls, Junior Boles, Lewis Brown, Faye Carter, Charles Charlton, Max Fretz, John Gibson, Edwin Hull, Bill Hurt, Ray Jennings, Bates Killinger, Rosemary Kinney, Jessica Kittinger, Mary Cook Kolmer, Ann Lewis, Kenneth O’Beirne, Betty Paxton, Geneva Peterson, Bill Robey, Leonard Shank, Coretta Shepard, Louise Shelor, Russell Smiley, Dickey Sossaman, John Stephens. 4 117
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