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Dignifying The Individual . . . The purpose of the SENIOR Y-TEENS is to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in common life those ideals of personal and social living to which they are committed by faith as Christians. In this endeavor, they seek to understand Jesus, share His love for all people, and grow in the knowledge and love of God. The Senior Y-Teens celebrating their centennial year have had one of the most active programs in the school this year. The year’s activities began in September with Roll Call Week. They presented each faculty member with a favor, re¬ minding them of the Y-Teens and their purpose. Several girls attended the Scarf Ceremony at the Y. W. C. A. which helped make Roll Call Week a success. In November, they had the Recogni¬ tion Service in the First Methodist Church in Salem. The spiritual influence of this program has been a light of guidance throughout the year. The Y- Teens took part in the Home-Coming Parade and won the prize for having the best float. Two representatives attended the World Fellowship Banquet. A play for the Thanksgiving Assembly was pre¬ sented by the Y-Teens. They decorated the Christmas tree and put greens around in the hall at Christmas. Carols were sung in the vestibule, creating a Christmas atmosphere. In February, two delegates were sent to the Virginia State Y-Teens Conference in Norfolk, Virginia, and the club spon¬ sored the Sweetheart Dance which proved to be very successful. In the spring, the Y-Teens participated in the variety show at the Y. W. C. A., the Potato Chip Sale, and had the annual “Holy Week Services’’. Some of the service projects were helping the Community Chest workers, the Roanoke Valley Heart Association, contributing food for a Thanksgiving basket, giving gifts to needy children at Christmas, helping with the March of Dimes project and the Easter Lily Sale for Crippled Children. Indeed, this has been a successful and enjoyable year for the Senior Y- Teens. K V 115
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Looking To A Higher Power . . . MEMBERS Oakie Sue Blount, Betty Lou Vinyard, Carroll Sue Sink, Lucy Bette Clem, Shirley Ferguson, Shirley Eubank, VICKIE CLARK, SECRETARY, JANE HENSON, PRESIDENT, Joyce Jones, Cynthia Haislip, Linda Brewer, Phyllis Young, Betty Mattern, Nancy Donaldson, Rosalie Mowles, Joan Buhles, Fern Young, Janet Lile, Sara Ahalt, Jeanne Ballator, Barbara Poff, Barbara Mills, Gloria Spencer, Doris Cundiff, Sue Hairston, Lucy Russell, Joyce Phlegar, Carol Moore, Martha Hash, Mary Gallion, Virginia Poole, Kimmie McCurdy, Nancy McManaway, Cecilia Price, Nancy Moran, Page Clarke, Norma Lee Paxton, MRS. EDNA M. WEEKS, SPONSOR, MARIE HARTER, VICE PRESI¬ DENT, NANCY HUBBARD, TREASURER, Myra Wills, Pat Crowder, Betty Lou Reynolds, Betty Jean Ashley, Margie Williams, Glenda Fowler, Charlotte Jewell, Priscilla Duke, Lucy Marshall, Clara Lewis, Montrann Beard, Peggy Smiley, Phyllis Batten, Faye Garst, Patty Boone, Gayle Morris, Peggy Blevins, Jackie Wisely, Sally Nicar, Theda Draper, Carolyn Brammer, Cleta Ferguson, Carol Boley, Loretta Duncan, Shelby Epperly, Louise Eakin, Sally Miller, Ginny Matheny, Shirley Bohon, Shelby Palmer, Joan Dickerson, Mary Bishop, Faye Hensley, Charlotte Fulton, Gloria Barnett, Shirley Boley, Mary Willis, Betty Lancaster, Shirley Hall, Patricia Pritchett, Shelby Harless, Georgie Monroe, Meta Simpson, Nayota Gusler, Imogene Gallion, Mildred Perry, Jo Ann Conklin, Vernelle Taylor, Gayle Snider, Jerry Reavis, Janet Russell, Joyce Beahm, Anita Snyder. i in
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Competing . . . experiencing . . . strengthening . . . The SPORTS CLUB might well be spoken of as the sister of the Mono¬ gram Club. Its membership is limited to those girls who have excelled in athletic ability, earning at least fifty points a semester and to those who have earned their monograms through extra-curricular activities including basketball, volleyball and soccer. This year the club, under the SPONSORSHIP OF MISS JIMMIE MARTIN, physical education in¬ structor, has sponsored the Home¬ coming Hop and Talent Show, and selected the Homecoming King and Queen. Ribbons! paper! glue! and paint! These chief materials were used as these girls, Judy Saul, Norma Saul, Phyllis Stinson, Ruth Thompson, Betty Helms, Sue Ann Brown, Patsy Lemon, Carol Sue Poff, Barbara Cooper, Norma Routt, Martha Russo, NINEVAH TURMAN, PRESIDENT, Sandra Quick, BETTY LANCASTER, RECORD¬ ER OF POINTS, Doris Price and Sandra Wygal, decorated for the Home¬ coming Talent Show and Hop. In the second group the girls, Peggy Crotts, Coriene Walters, Billie Sue Young, Gladys Cox, Barbara Tur¬ man, DEAN PHOENIX, SECRETARY, Sybil Whit¬ field, Gail Orr, Vicki Clark, JANE BELL, TREASUR¬ ER, Fay Hensley, DIANE DREW, VICE PRESI¬ DENT and Peggy Paulus, showed evidence of the holi¬ day spirit as they prepared for their traditional Christ¬ mas party which was given last year for fifty under¬ privileged children. Along with the party, clothing and food were collected and given to a needy family.
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