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Page 105 text:
F. B. L. A. The Future Business Leaders of America was organized just one year ago. Its activities and members have greatly increased. The club endeavors to train its members to better under¬ stand the business world. The Club Members are, First Row: Mary Lou Brown, Judith Morgan, Barbara Boles, Barbara Tur¬ man, Shirley Ellis, Joan Bhules, Dot Fretz, Doris Price. Second Row: Sonja Bateman, Marie Baumgardner, Sue Reed, Sue Ann Minnix, Jo Anne Aliff, Betty Helms. Third Row: Alice Grubb, Peggy Hensley, Waynetta Weeks, Marjorie Marsinko, Nelda Bohon, Betty Blankenship. Fourth Row: Marlene Ellis, Betty Hartman, Shirley Frantz, Barbara Frye, Mrs. Meador, Miss Proffitt. The officers are: Pat Harris (His¬ torian), Geraldine Conner (Reporter), Nancy Donaldson (Recording Secre¬ tary), Norma Jamison (Treasurer), Betty Lancaster (President), Ann Brown (Corresponding Secretary), Pat Crowder (Vice President) and Patricia Pritchett (Parliamentarian). Group leaders are: Ruth Thompson Becky Woolwine, Patty Boone, Betty Switzer, Peggy Pugh, and Corrine Walters.
Page 104 text:
Andrew Lewis debaters are: Betty Mattern, Wanda Garst, Dewey Lemons and Fred Repass. Mrs. Forest Smith does the coaching. National Forensic League Left Row: Beth Poole, Martha Edwards, Clinton Flowers, Barbara Patterson, Jimmy Carroll. Right Row: Ervin Stevenson, Betty Mae Wertz, Joyce West, Joe Faries, Jimmy Fulton. Standing: Waynetta Weeks and Mickey Robertson are working for N. F. L. membership. Members of the National Forensic League are, Left to Right: Wanda Garst, Clara Lewis, Anita Snyder, Joyce Jones, Mrs. Strickler (Co- Sponsor), Milan Christley, Mrs. Smith (Co-Sponsor), Beth Poole and Theda Draper. First Row: Theda Draper, Milan Christley, Shelby Smith Second Row: Charles Hofer, Marie Harter, Wanda Garst Third Row: Paul Bayse, Clara Lewis Fourth Row: Jimmy Jones, Libby Winslow Standing: Anita Snyder and Rockla Thompson, are receiving instruc¬ tions on speeches from Mrs. Strickler.
Page 106 text:
Band First Row: Mr. Christensen (Director), Nancy Campbell (Color Guard), Anne Arthur, Nancee Bowling, Rowena Holliday (Head Majorette), Priscilla Duke, Marie Harter, Shelby Smith (Color Guard) Second Row: Waynetta Weeks, Carolyn Akers, Robert Staton, Eddie Eades, Harriette Harris, Butch Campbell, Sue Ann Minnix, Betty Reynolds. Bobbie Belcher, Patricia Manor, June Herrin, Judy Bower, Alexander Rudy, Richard Hardison, Ann Peters Third Row: Lynn Moran, Jimmy Dill, Judy Dodd, Arlene Conrad. Polly Gearheart, Sherril Smith, Wayne Layman, Barry Goodwin, Gail Mutter, Betsy Deyerle, Betty Coffman, Mable Newton, Eugene Stemple Fourth Row: C. W. Crower, Steve Easy, Mike Stover, Steve Greene, Coleen Brooks, Martha Sherrard, Judith Morgan, Wesley Hartman, Becky Anderson, Kenneth Copenhaver, Jimmy Lowe, Roy Stanford, Buddy Williams Fifth Row: Larry Poff, Becky Howard, Conrad Dillon, Bruce Owen. Bill McGannon, Sue Reed, Nancy Richardson, Frankie De Wolfee, Joan Caldwell, Don Hancock, Huntley Houck, Bobby Holliday, Sonny Tarpley, Danny Minnix, Jimmy Edwards Sixth Row: Ronald Wilkes, Billy Thomas, Richard Argabright, Wayne Dillard, Michael Terry, Billy Richardson, James Holtman, Jesse Clowers, Tommy Coffman Seventh Row: Joe Moses, Ronnie Gibson, Harry Campbell, George Lemon, Philip Tellman, Joe Cabiness Eighth Row: Billy Emory ' , Glen Tyler, Walter Minter, William Mussleman, Bobby Rolley PHI 1BB81
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