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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Waters, Sponsor; Jeanette Eggleston, Louis Spradlin, Mary Spangler, Bill Hurt, Georgia Crawford Second Row: Alex Gardner, Claudine Sirry, Edith Six, Dot Slough, Annette Garst, Peggy Wood, Gene Hurt, Dewey Glower Third Row: Billy Brogan, Hazel Sirry, Mary Sue Hopkins, Florence Robey, Charlotte Yost, Shirley Morgan, Charles Damewood Fourth Row: Marie Conrad, Mary Jane Darnell, Mary Frances Plunkett, Sylvia Minnix, Barbara Morgan Fifth Row: Kenneth O ' Beirne, Joan Alls, June Lejfel, Joyce Goode, Carol Gregson, Shirley Cruise, Lillie Bohon, Jack Good Sixth Row: Delora Argabright, Frankie Norton, Genevieve Craighead, Libby Foster, Mary Cook Kolmer, Frances Patton Seventh Row: Imogene Keyes, Iris Jo Cundiff, Adrienne Anderson, Betty Jean Monger Beta Club Louis Spradlin. Mary Spangler. Jeanette Eggleston Georgia Crawford. . Miss Miller. Mrs. Waters. OFFICERS . President . Vice President . Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary . Sponsor (not pictured) . Acting Sponsor “Ducamus aliis serviendo”—“Let us lead by serving others.” We, the Beta members, uphold our motto not only in school but in our everyday relations outside. We have been chosen to represent the Beta Club because of outstanding character, scholastic achievement, and leader¬ ship ability. We are proud to be known as Betas, and we encourage others to follow in our footsteps. The purpose of the Club is to stimulate effort, reward achievement, and to encourage and assist its members in con¬ tinuing our educations after high school. This year we have engaged in many activities. At Halloween we had a booth at Municipal Field to raise funds for the annual dance, which was held at Christmas time. In the spring we installed new members in a candlelight service at an assembly and sent delegates to the Beta Club convention, where they had a very enjoyable time and gained much valuable information to use in meetings and activities. 4 134
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Library Club SENIOR LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Gloria Thompson, Ella Wickham, Richard Cornett, Everett Graham, Betty Lou Pardue, Jo Ann Parrish, Joan Mowles, Sadie Nunley Second Row: Mrs. Newton, Shelvie Jean Cunningham, Linda Swain, Jackie Parkman, Ronnie Hash, Darlene Lee, Sallie Farmer, Hazel Daugherty, Marie Francisco, Norma Cooper, Gaye Stanley, Shirley Rierson OFFICERS Betty Lou Pardue Everett Graham. . Joan Mowles. Jo Ann Parrish . . . . President Vice President . Secretary ... . Treasurer EIGHTH GRADE LIBRARY CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Kay Henderson, Charles Young, Butch Hurt, John Hesmer, Barbara Cooper, Dorothy Bayes, Kitty Beeman, Patricia Poffi, Barbara Oyler Second Row: Carl Journell, Lillie Layton, Mrs. Newton, Joe Cabiness, Charlotte Obenchain, Sue Brown, Betty Chaffin, Mary Nell Willis, Margaret Saunders, Phyllis Young, Royce Koon, Rita Walters, Vernon Meadow, Leon Donahue, Deanne Thomason, Lottie Poage, Joan Hodge OFFICERS John Hesmer . President Kay Henderson . Vice President Barbara Cooper . Secretary Donald Hunt . Treasurer The Library Clubs exist because the members feel with Longfellow that “The love of learning, the sequestered nook and all the sweet serenity of books” can contribute much to the happiness and well-being of everyone. The Library tries to meet the many needs of the students, whether academic, recreational, or spiritual. Throughout the year students from all classes came to the library during free periods to use the dictionary and reference books for their classwork or to read the great novels and other fiction. Therefore, we the Eighth Grade and Senior Library Clubs had the aim of acquainting ourselves with the materials of the library, not only to enrich our own lives but also to give assistance to other students. Some of our members gave a regular number of hours weekly to working in the library. 133 }
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First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Strickler, Pat Johnston, Joan Alls, Iris Jo CundifJ, Jean Wertz, Charlotte Yost, Mrs. Smith Second Row: Jody Walker, Jack Good, Shirley Tuttle, Don Otey, Clayton Tinnell, Georgenia Draper, 0. C. Simpson First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Boone, Norma Lee, Shirley Tuttle, Georgenia Draper, Shirley Ferguson, Pat Johnston, Jody Walker, Wanda Audi, Dorothy Stone, Ella Wickham, Carol Gregson Second Row: Mr. Peters, Marie Philpott, Eleanor Ilonaker, Connie Mills, Vernell Taylor, Dolly Iddings, Frankie Norton, Charlotte Yost, Sylvia Tinned, Joan Ads, Nancy Garst, Mrs. Smith Third Row: Mrs. Strickler, Alex Gardner, Everette Ellers, Charles Gwalt- ney, H. L. Stanley, Iris Cundiff, Connie Duffy, Adrienne Anderson, Robbie Fades, Jean Wertz, 0. C. Simpson, David Little Fourth Row: Kellogg Hunt, Jack Good, Wayne Smith, Raymond Kane, Paige Gentry, Clayton Tinned, J. P. Philpott, Watson Mundy, Jerry Frank, John Gardner, Don Otey, Everette Graham, Wiley Via, Penn Whitescarver NAIJJJNAL jCO t Forensics A passer-by on Senior hall Enjoying himself, not worrying at all, Was suddenly startled—’twould have startled you— By a shriek coming forth from one-o-two. ’Twas JODY WALKER rehearsing a play Which scared the students on All Saints’ Day. Later, she and others joined the N. F. L. And in its honored ranks did dwell. Mrs. Smith, from this group, debaters sent forth, Some west and east, others south and north. Both JACK and PENN their best did try To win a trophy for Salem High. On a cold, bleak night public speakers did shake While judges tried hard a decision to make At the contest sponsored by the American Legion To determine two speakers, the best in the region. Exam day dawned so bright and clear And one by one, without a fear, Before the stand each took his place And brightly smiled from face to face. MUNDY and PAIGE tried hard to unloose The mystery surrounding the “One Legged Goose,” While JOAN ALLS helped a small child see That “George” chopped down the cherry tree. One member of the class, PHILPOTT by name, “My mama spanked me,” did exclaim; While ADRIENNE did well portray the part. Of a girl to her wedding about to start. One Miss began with a happy sigh “That sis was there, and so wuz I.” While TUTTLE, laughs did well ensure, When she started speaking on “The Rest Cure!” Mrs. Strickler said to enunciate Each word distinctly, not to hesitate; And all were trained, each man and miss, Not to start by saying, “It said” or “This.” Now looking back on the year just past, And regretting that this day is the last, This class may someway pass to you The fun and knowledge from one-o-two! ! c( is; .I te
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