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Page 113 text:
First Row: Jimmy Ferguson, Sonny Baird, Nita Howery, Billie Sue Young, Judy Stump, Nelda Bohon. Second Row: Nancy Eakin, Ervin Frith, Wayne Plybon, Clyde Eller, Jr., Kent Womack, Janice Eller. Third Row: Buddy Williams, Dallas Brunk, Jimmy Goode, Conrad Dil¬ lon, Douglas Marechal, Bill Mc- Gannon, Steve Veasey. Fourth Row: George Harmon, Charles Graham, Kenneth Moses, Jack Brewer, Carl Stump, Alfred Eilers, Larry Nichols, Maurice Early, Walter Ferguson, Marvin Dewease, James Foley, Dulaney, Tommy Coffman. 4-H Club Left to Right: Glynn Greer (Vice President), Barbara Carroll (Secretary), Nancy Whitlow (Song Leader), Mary Ruth Suiter (President), and Pat Le Grand (Reporter) plan the program for a future club meeting.
Page 112 text:
i mST A The F. F. A. officers are, Front Row: Sonny Smith (Sentinel,) Danny Wertz (Vice Presiden t). Glenn Baker (Presi dent), and Mr. Peters (Advisor). Second Row: Alan Taylor (Reporter), Johnny Mitchell (Secretary), Dan Edwards (Treasurer). Trimming hedges to make our school grounds more beautiful are, Front Row: Ted Garman, Kenneth Meadow, Lynn Moran, Jimmy McNeil, Charles Meadow, Bruce Martin, Mr. Scott, Ralph Spraker. Back Roic: Bill Willis Jack Shelor, rPavid T urner Sonny Baird, Sherman Carman. Jimmy Garman, Bruce Wright, Melvin Long, Jerry Smith, Ted Carroll, Jimmy Wright, and Kenneth Sowder. _ Inside Row: Joe Cabiness, Ray Poage, Dewey Likens, Algee Campbell, Cecil Bryant, Richard Rader, Stephen Fore. Outside Row: Gale Bogle, Bobby Martin, Lewis Bowling, Richard Amos, Ray Drain, James Han¬ son, A. H. Ager, Roy Reynolds, Frank Thomas, Horace Holt, Larry Ruble, Donald Hancock, and Ralph Meadow seem to be very much interested in the arbor saw being used by Mr. Scott. Watching Mr. Peters explain the parts of a welding machine are, Front Row: Orval Garman, Wayne Layman, Jerry Gross, Norris Duffy, Earl Workman, John Benois, Donald Wray, Paul Helton. Back Row: Joe Martin, Edward Jewell, Walter Largen, Harlan Leonhardt, Garland Craun, Larry Feazell, Harlan Alls, Larry Hughes, Dale Martin and Russell McDaniel.
Page 114 text:
Members of the Junior Y-Teens are, Front Row: Dillie Marie Price, Patricia Manor, Ann Peters (Program Chairman), Betsy Dawson (Secretary), Bev Darden (Treasurer), Caroline Montague (Vice Presi¬ dent), Judy Keith (President), June Painter, Sue Hawkins, Rose Ann Barr, Sandra Mounts. Second Row: Betty McDonald, Linda Pernell, Martha Lee, Vicky Owens, Carol Sue St. Clair, Judy Lipes, Patsy Richard¬ son, Whitney Walton, Wanda Johnson, Alice Lee, Florence Robertson, Sandra Jones, Patty Stinson, Betty Ulrey, Mildred Ball, Rose Marie Richardson. Third Row: Francine League, Gypsy Robertson, Nita Howery, Harriet Lewis, Patsy Lemon, Barbara Jackson, Dale Shealey, Marilyn Vest, Martha Sherrard, Jane Maior, Mabel Newton, Judy Parkman, Ann Reynolds, Patsy Shelburn, Martha Poage, Sue Puckett. Standing: Lynn Roland, Dabney Depkin, Martha Mattern, Elizabeth McClung, Ginger Mattern, Jeannie Morrison, Ann Henson, Betty Bartlett, Jean Morrison, Joyce Guthrie, Gail Mutter, Cynthia Winston, Joyce Thomas, Mary Ed Williams, Margaret Richards, Anne Weaver, Brenda Radford, Ann Nimmo, Cathy Foster, Judy Chandler, Signe Young, Lane Wright, Phyllis Moses, Nell McCluer, Kay Idaislip, and Miss Maxwell. Junior Y-Teens
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