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Improving Our Homeland, Preserving Our Heritage • • F. F. A. CLUB JACK SHELOR, JIMMY WRIGHT, ASSISTANT SEN¬ TINELS, CLYDE BLOSSER, SENTINEL, ROYCE KOON, ASSIST¬ ANT TREASURER, EUGENE BARTON, TREASURER, GLENN ANDREW LEWIS SALEM, VA. Z ' t • ... - ■ a ™ z - 5 BAKER, VICE PRESIDENT, MR. KINZIE, ADVISOR; FRED MAR¬ TIN, PRESIDENT, MARSHALL POFF, SECRETARY, DANNY WERTZ, ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT, DAN EDWARDS, REPORTER, ALAN TAYLOR, AS¬ SISTANT REPORTER, are shown together in a panel discussion about problems which arise in the F. F. A. These discussions were held before each meeting for the purpose of ironing out problems that were to be presented to the club. Sonny Baird, Melvin Conner, Harold Webb, Donald Hunt, Ray Drain, Norris Duffy, Teddy Car- roll, Bernard Lemon, Douglas Huff¬ man, Jimmy Garman, Sonny Smith, Paul Howell, Stuart Franklin, Bob¬ by Crouse, David Etter, Wesley Wilson, Kenneth Sowder, Sherman Garman, Teddy Garman and Wal¬ ter Ferguson are watching a demon¬ stration by Mr. Peters. In this shop the boys learn how to use farm tools and machines safely. Every boy enrolled in vocational agricul¬ ture must spend two hours in the shop weekly. During this time the boys work on a useful project that Orval Garmtm, Jimmy Owen, Harry Dixon, Larry Painter, Johnny Mitchell, Freddie Gilbert, Ralph Meador, Horace Holt, David Tur¬ ner, Jerry Campbell, Gale Bogle, Coy Cox, Bruce Wright, William Willis, Lewis Bowling, Ronald Mul¬ lins, Joe Cabiness, Dewey Likens, A. H. Ager, Jr., Edward Jewell, George Carroll, Buddy Bell, Ray Poage, Larry Ruble, Stuart Brizen- dine, Melvin Jeffries, Garland Craun, David Vaught, Jack Stanley, David Jobe, James Hausen, Jerry Broyles, R. E. Kinzie, Advisor, a group of first year boys in vocational agri¬ culture, are receiving a lecture from Mr. Kinzie, their instructor. They were being taught to de¬ termine the number of board feet in a standing tree by the Biltmore stick.
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Dreaming • • • FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA F. H. A. OFFICERS, VICKIE CLARK, REPORTER, PAT DEYERLE, VICE PRES¬ IDENT, CONNIE DUFFY, PRESIDENT, BETTY CARROLL, TREASURER, and GAYLE SNIDER, SECRETARY, are en¬ tertaining with a tea for the new members of the Andrew Lewis Faculty. Lavonne Lancaster, Ann Lee, Shirley Rierson, Adelene Craighead, Miss Slocum, Oakie Sue Blount are upholstering a chair and refinishing a table in order to beautify the HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT. One of the projects of the F. H. A. Club was redecorating the kitchen in the Home Economics Department. Dreama Mills, Joan Hodge, Mary Barr, Sandra St. Clair, Sarah Butler, and Wanda Minnix are busy applying the first coat of paint to the cabinets. Doris Hall, Shirley Bohon, Sandra Adkins, Jannette Witt, Judy Bower, and Georgia Glass are trying a new recipe for muffins while Jean Smith, Phyllis Young, Nellie Arnold, Barbara Blosser, Sylvia Thomas, Nancy Rudy, Mildred Waldron, Louise Gross, Florence Flowers, and Janet Giles learn how it is done and anticipate the final proof, that of tasting the tempting morsel.
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Making the Best Better . . . 4-H CLUB MEMBERS Dorothy Akers, Ted Akers, Eugene Alls, Antonia Anderson, Sonny Baird, Lowell Barnard. Nelda Bohon, Barbara Brammer, Edna Braughman, Jerry Brown, Louise Brown, Margaret Brown, Joe Cabiness, Bessie Caldwell, Algie Campbell, Barbara Carroll, Judy Chandler, Tommy Coffman, Perry Colegan, Daniel Collins, Fay Cox, Martha Cushman, Melvin DeWease, Douglas Dowdy, Elwood Divens, Judy Dyer, Frank Elliott, Jimmy Ferguson, EDDIE FIELDS, VICE PRESIDENT, Barry Firebaugh, Paul Francisco, Georgia Glass, Dewey Goode, Vivian Gorman, Steve Green, GLYNN GREER, TREASURER, Roger Gray, Susan Hardwick, Helen Harrison, Charlotte Hartman, Delores Hartman, Linda Kay Hartman, Wesley Hart¬ man, Joy Hedge, Allene Helms, Dawn Howery, Donna Hurt, Wanda Hutchens, Karen Johnston, Jerry Johnson, Win- burn Jones, David Kensey, James Kesler, Richard King, Russel Kirby, Bruce Kropff, Phyllis Lancaster, Barbara Largin, Marshall League, Martha Lee, Pat LeGrand, Billy Manning, Douglas Manechal, Bruce Martin, Jackie Miller, Daniel Minnix, Sue Ann Minnix, Lynn Moran, Connie Moulse, Mabel Newton, Sheila Norvell, Everette Obenshain, Melvin Parker, Lenora Peters, Margaret Poff, Jane Poole, Douglas Prilliman, Carolyn Rakes, Jimmy Reynolds, Jimmy Robertson, Barbara Ruble, Marie Saul, Janie Saunders, Margaret Ann Saunders, Craig Schneider, Brenda Shelton, Shirley Ann Shupe, Francis Simmons, Janet Lee Smith, Jerry Smith, Barbara Spangler, Janice Spangler, Jeanette Spradlin, Athlyn Spraker, Francis Stanley, Lorine Stanley, Sandra St. Clair, Rose Stover, Carl Stump, Judy Stump, Mary Ruth Suiter, Frank Thomas, Louise Thompson, Steve Veasey, Nancy Whitlow, BUDDY WILLIAMS, SECRETARY, DONNY WILLIAMS, PRES¬ IDENT, Marie Wilson, Bobby Wirt, Connie Yates, Billie Sue Young, Richard Young, Margaret Zeigler. “I pledge my HEAD to clearer thinking, my HEART to greater loyalty, my HANDS to larger service, and my HEALTH to better living, for my club, my community and my country.” This, the pledge of all 4-H Club members, explains the true meaning of 4-H. The 4-H clover leaf emblem identifies over two million boys and girls belonging to the largest youth organization in the world. The Andrew Lewis 4-H Club, having the largest enrollment in Roanoke County, is one of the 1,950 clubs in Virginia. The policy of all 4-H club members is “learning by doing”. Each member puts this into practice by carrying either an Agriculture, Homemaking, or Community Project. These projects help develop skills and attitudes. Not only does the individual benefit, but better communities develop. Some of the club members’ projects this year have been home improvement, farm and home safety, food preparation, poultry, meat animal, health, and farm and home electric. The club participated in many school activities. They sponsored a “hop” after the William Byrd- A. L. football game, decorated a float for the Home-Coming Parade and shared in the Community Christmas basket donations. National 4-H Club Week was observed and a number of members took part in the county observance of “Rural Life Sunday”. A Junior 4-H Club was organized this year, composed of students from the eighth and ninth grades. This training will prepare them for greater responsibilities.
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