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PROJECTION CLUB The Audio-Visual Department is composed of the boys who are interested in the mechanics of movies and sound equipment. They are trained to use the movie projector, the tape recorder and the public address system. Their services are available at all times. They show movies in the classrooms for educational purposes; they serve as stage hands at plays and assemblies, and they set up the public address system when it is needed. Their willingness to serve and their ability to use the equipment readily and expertly characterize these boys. They surely perform an invaluable service to students and teachers alike. 4 121
Page 124 text:
First Row: Randall Bare, Paul Wade Second Row: Shirley Reese, Betty Mozvles, Geraldine McGue, Leon Tingler, Lewis Gibson, Pat Rutledge, Harold Woody, Wanda Auvil, Betty Poff, Mary Jane Turner Third Row: David Garrett, Harlan Grubb, Tommy Walton, Norris Journell, Dennie Carroll, Orina Fulton, Mr. Clem, Wayne Brickey, Charlie Meadow, Raymond Phoenix, Edgar Kilby, Bobby Neal, Wayne Thompson DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION OFFICERS Leon Tingler, President Lewis Gibson, Vice President Pat Rutledge, Secretary Harold Woody, Treasurer Paul Wade, Promotion Editor Delegates to State Meeting: Harold Woody and Leon Tingler Since the world of business awaits after high school, the D. E. club performs the vital service of aiding those who will enter the field of retailing. Club members work each afternoon after having attended a half-day of school. Through this work, they become familiar with job possibilities and the abilities required by each. The D. E. club started this year with their annual employer-employees Banquet held on Nov¬ ember 30th at Longwood. The Christmas Holiday was celebrated at the home of Mr. Clem. On Wednesday afternoon a scrap iron drive was conducted in order to raise money for the club. Each week two students were assigned to take charge of the display case in the front hall. A wiener roast was held at the home of Air. Clem on February 18. They sent the class winner in job application, sales demonstration, window display, and speech contest to the district eliminations held at the Bank of Virginia with two winners going to Area Convention. The Area Convention was held on February 15 and one winner went to State Convention in Richmond. This year for the first time, the D. E. Club awarded an outstanding student award for achieving high scholastic standing and participation in club work.
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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Suzanne Barnard Betty Jean Helms Janet Lyle Joan Dickens Shirley Blackwell Sarah Mae St. Clair Ruth Lockett Donna Ferguson Dorothy Broyles Corinna Sheppard Aubrey Loyd Georgia Glass Marie Conrad Glenda Stanley Carol Loyd Bobbie Jean Helms Mary Jane Darnell Djuna Sutphin Drema Mills Ronald Henry Betty Doyle Emory Tarpley Jo Ann Sarver June Herrin Carolyn Ferguson Barbara Turman Jack Saul Rebecca Howry David Garrett, Jr. Mildred Waldron Judy Saul Judith Jamison Mary Sue Hopkins Barbara Wertz Norma Saul Barbara Jones Edwina Hurt Joyce West Margaret Saunders Barbara Largin Rosemary Kinney Rachel Whitmire Virginia Scott Mary Lawson Jessica Iyittinger Delores Willis Shirley Sloan Melvin Long Dorothy Robinson Margie Wirt Anita Snyder Kenneth Mally Shirley Simmons Becky Woolwine Duward Starkey Freda Meador Lucille Swain Judy Arrington Ervin Stevenson Judith Morgan Shirley Webb Joyce Beahm Ruby Reese Virginia Nunley Jean Wertz Montrann Beard Gaynor Rhodes Littie Mae Oakes Patsy Wilks Nancy Campbell Joyce Roberts Beth Poole Sallie Jo Farmer Loyd Case Norma Routt Rose Lee Prather Eleanor Fleshman Dorothy Collins Barbara Ruble Linda Pugh Marie Francisco Carolyn Crosswhite Janet Russell Ethel Quesenberry Ronnie Graham Rachel Doyle Martha Russo Sandra Quick Carl Harris Martha Anne Edwards Lola Vass Linda Radar Martha Sue Johnson Marlene Ellis Fern Young Sue Reed Nancy Lyle Freda Garman Phyllis Young Patricia Rucker Mary Reed Paul Gore Rita Walters Carolyn Slough Helen Williams Glynn Greer Gail Adams Betty Smallwood Geraldine Conner Martha Hash Sandra Adkins Janet Smith Pat Crowder Paul Haynes Mary Altice Frances Turman Frankie Dewolfe Garnette Helvey Russel Altizer Steve Tyler Shirley Ellis Ronnie Henry Donald Andrews Luther Vann, Jr. Charlotte Fulton Ronnie Ingo Alverta Beckner Helen Wertz Dorsey Gillespie Anita Kelly Aulvern Black Maslin Whitescarver Shirley Gusler Wayne King Kitty Buman Bobby Wirt Pat Harris Virginia Lester C. W. Cromer, Jr. Billie Sue Young 199 ite.
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