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Mrs. Gladys E.Gillespie Sponsor Jeanne Lynch Hobbs Asst. Editor Bob Stanley Editor EDITORIAL STAFF Lillian Wimmer Harriett Grubb Marie Houseman Jo Anne McDaniel Tharon Powell Frances Alls. Ann Thomason. Mabel Ferguson Merle Walker Peggy Miller 1 ■. Class Editors J . Literary Editor .Assistant Literary Editor . Typists Ruble Smith Jo Anne Siiowalter Joyce Plymale. Mary Anne Grisso. Ted Bell Grady Campbell [- . Gale Ayers Dottie Hackman 1 Betty Price . Sports Editors . Features Editor Organizations Editor . Photographers . Artists
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Instruction “Ego amo te,” “Je vous aime beaucoup,” the babble created by foreign tongues, echoes down the hallowed halls. Foreign languages though difficult are very helpful in the study of English, and all college-bound students are encouraged to take at least two years of Latin or French. hmm Language Arts, the Mead Flail of Enchant¬ ment! Here we meet the minstrel, the bard, the poet, the actor, the singer, the painter, all creators of beauty, glamor and love. In this atmosphere, we as individuals are challenged by our inheritance to express our own ideas, to create, to live. Mathematics, the basic foundation of the modern world, is taught in Andrew Lewis with a thoroughness designed to last forever. For the academic course algebra, geometry, and trigonometry are offered; while the business and general courses stress advanced arithmetic, bookkeeping, and general mathematics. The objectives of the industrial arts depart¬ ment are centered in the development of various trade and industrial interests, ex¬ ploratory experiences and mechanical apti¬ tudes, stressing social needs, material values and healthful enterprise. The emphasis is put on basic processes, tools and materials which may be applicable to either vocational or avocational endeavors.
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BUSINESS STAFF Mrs. Bertha C. Fisher. Adviser Marcheta Reece. Circulation Manager Betty Paxton Richard Moran Charles Gwaltney .. .Circulation Staff Anna Margaret Young | Imogene Helton Marian Chapman Ellen O’Neill Jean Mitchell Mary Alice Woods Maydene Hoback Mary Anne Logan Jennie Smiley Billy Young I. Advertising Staff Correnia Henderson Bob Miller Sue Powell Myra Draper . Advertising Staff
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