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PROVINCIALS Mary Anne Anderson, Donald Barker, Bette Blackwell, Pat Carper, Billie Conway, Patty Donald¬ son, Georgenia Draper, Joan Farmer, Annette Garst, Nancy Garst, Wesley Gillock, Martha Goodwin, Carol Gregson, Mary Harris, Betty Jo Harris, Melvin Harter, Jimmy Hensley, Bill Hurt, Patricia Johnston, June Leffel, Bobby Leonard, David Little, Ginny Miller, Barbara Morgan, Janet Munsey, Jay Musser, Frankie Norton, Kenneth O’Beirne, Norma Peters, Florence Robey, Claudine Sirry, Polly Smith, Eddie Talley, Shirley Tuttle, Buck Wood, Charlotte Yost. PATRICIANS Joan Alls, Adriene Anderson, Margaret Ballard, Elizabeth Barnett, Sammie Clemons, Dewey Clower, Carolyn Coleman, Georgia Crawford, Frances Crockett, Shirley Cruise, Iris Jo Cundiff, Buddy Eakin, Peggy Faries, Bobby Flinchum, Libby Foster, Glenda Fowler, Alex Gardner, Gene Gillock, Jack Good, Nayota Gusler, Martha Hall, Nancy Hubbard, Kellogg Hunt, Gene Hurt, Karen Johnston, Raymond Kane, Mary Cook Kolmer, Jackie Lilly, Nancy Lyon, Bertie Sue Martin, Shirley Martin, Betty McCormack, Sylvia Minnix, Betty Jean Monger, Shirley Morgan, Betty Neal, Frances Patton, Pat Peters, Mary Frances Plunkett, Elmira Poff, Patricia Rutledge, Shirley Simmons, Peggy Senter, Mary Jean Simpson, Carroll Sue Sink, Hazel Sirry, Dorothy Slough, Wayne Smith, Ann Smothers, Dawn Spangler, Betty Jeanne Spruhan, Peggy Jo Stone, Carole Stroupe, Shirley Thomas, Elaine Tyler, David Vaughan. PLEBEIANS Jack Atkinson, Carol Bainter, Lizzie Ballard, Tavie Ann Barnes, Mary Barr, Bernice Barton, Linda Biggs, Jimmy Butts, Martha Jo Carr, Nancy Caudill, Clay Chapman, Vicky Clark, Page Clarke, Lucy Clem, Tommie Clemons, Barbara Cooper, Elaine Craun, Connie Crosswhite, Clara Crotts, Nancy Donaldson, Deanna Doyle, Theda Draper, Dale Early, Dorothy Eller, Sallie Farmer, Cleta Ferguson, Joseph Ferguson, Marie Fralin, Frank Francisco, Lois Francisco, Marie Francisco, Creed Frazier, Mary Gallion, Shirley Garst, Wanda Garst, Dewey Gearhart, Lynn Goodwin, Susan Hackman, Marie Harter, Sam Harvey, Charles Bruce Henderson, Jane Henson, Kelly Hillenburg, Rowena Holliday, Pat Howard, Dolly Iddings, Cecil Jarrett, Charlotte Jewell, Lavonne Lancaster, Anne Lee, Clara Lewis, Shelby Lipps, Barbara Martin, Janice Martin, David Mattingly, Pete McGue, Linda Mont¬ gomery, Martha Anne Morris, Watson Mundy, Polly Old, Mike Overstreet, Ronald Overstreet, Jack Painter, Norma Lee Paxton, Virginia Poole, Johnny Renick, Fred Repass, Joe Rice, Linwood Shaffer, Loretta Starkey, Charles Switzer, Eunice Switzer, Douglas Vaughan, Wiley Via, Betty Lou Vinyard, Sue Weaver, Myra Wills, Penn Whitescarver, Fred Woodward.
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Latin Club OFFICERS Bill Hurt. Pontifex Maximus Georgia Crawford. Aedile Kellogg Hunt. Patrician Consul Jane Henson. Plebeian Consul Patty Donaldson. Tribune Libby Foster. Censor Dewey Clower. Quaestor Sam Harvey. Praetor Pat Johnston. Provincial Governor “Veni, vidi, vici.” Each member of the Sodalitas Latina came, saw, and attempted to conquer the Latin language. The club aided the classes in the study of Latin with educational programs in the meetings. We, as a club, had many activities, including a picnic honoring the faculty, a caroling party for the community at Christmas, and the Easter Pageant presented on Palm Sunday with the assistance of the Music Department. We also sponsored the May Day Dance and this year presented a Christmas play for an assembly. Each member of the club had a part in all of the activities, which tied the club and classes closer together. There was opportunity for each of us to gain experience in drama and creativeness. History and knowledge of old Rome were learned from the programs which the students planned and presented. We feel that we were greatly benefited by our membership in the Sodalitas Latina. A 122 }
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o • ■«7 ' K|(OLa a» Senior Y-Teens • . UOucDoUOkj O CJLo . OFFICERS ; ■ ; . •, ., Patty Donaldson. President Ocelia Hall. Vice President SL LK Georgenia Draper. Secretary Cecelia Zini . Treasurer - Nancy Garst. Program Chairman Cb y Mrs. Rose Little Mrs. Edna Mantz Sponsors “We, the younger generation, are striving to build a better world. Peace and unity, freedom and brotherhood, these we have set to be our goal” . . . and so the chorus of our Y-Teen hymn rises harmoniously. Each day, in all our activities, we strive to attain this goal. The “Recognition Service” began our year’s activities. In this solemn ceremony, we came to realize more fully our duties and obligations as Y-Teens. In our “Pre-Halloween Service” we combined fun with helpfulness when we gathered things for a needy family. Then came Christmas, and with the spirit of the season in our hearts, we gathered greens and, in an impressive service, hung them in the auditorium. The “Football-Basketball Banquet” was quite successful this year when we honored our football and basketball players. The “Sweetheart Dance” required much planning and work, but then it paid dividends of fun and gaiety. Just before Easter we had our “Holy Week Services,” at which time we had different student speakers each morning. This year has been an extremely busy, but successful and enjoyable one for the Senior Y-Teens. 4 124 }
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