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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW — OFFICERS: Jimmy Gresham, President; Connie Edwards, Vice-President; Vickie Owen, Secre¬ tary; Margaret Taylor, Treasurer; Theresa Verna, Song Leader; Mr. Echols, Advisor. SECOND ROW: Cecelia Ferguson, Paula Larson, Sarah Wolhford, Pamela Haynes, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Pat Graveley, Lester McCurdy, Betsy Wells, Sylvia Witt. THIRD ROW: Alice Black, Carole Wright, Lois Duffy, Alice Eaking, Audrey Doyle, Linda Edwards, Pat Oyler, Jo Ann Dudding, Larry Calligan, Jimmy Bush, Johnny Rutherford. FOURTH ROW: Patty Martin, Delores Martin, Carolyn Beckner, Linda Bird, Judy Lane, Rosemary Withers, Rosemary Williams, Becky Neal, Jane Shultz, Carolyn Nowlin, Pamela McFalls, Les¬ lie Sherman. ACTIVITIES 1. Conducting the World Day of Prayer Assembly. 2. Presenting the Living Tableau on the school lawn at Christmas. 97
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STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Trudy Thompson; Barbara Duncan; Linda Garber; Mildred Garmen; Lois Ann Phlegar; Nancy Martin; Martha Bayse; Janet Branum; Barbara Beckner; Pat Brumfield; Helen Mottley. SECOND ROW: Anne Garvin, Marinella McDaniel; Doris Owen; Wilma St. Clair; Aileen Helms; Patsy Lemon; Betty Jo Collins; Elizabeth Stump; Millie Ball; Hilda Cates; Judy Brown; Barbara Belcher. THIRD ROW: Polly Gearheart; Audrey Edwards; Nancy Wells; Doris Brumfield; Patsy Shelburne; Charles Reese; David Bayse; Billy Schrader; Jerry Gross; Helen Leming; Carol La- Prad. FOURTH ROW: Cathy Gray; Carolyn Stump; Elaine Bayne; Ruth Bohon; Carol Taylor; Carol Bryant; Judy Atkinson; Joan Herron; Jack Smith; Danny Minnix; Glen Spradlin; Colleen Strouth. PURPOSE 1. Meeting together in Christian Fellowship. 2. Setting a standard of Christian Conduct for our school. 96
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GIRLS’ CHORUS AND ADVANCED GIRLS’ CHOIR FIRST ROW, Left to Right — Patty Whitby, Carole Showalter, Shelby Hall, Sandra Altice, Alice Jewell, Starr Perrow, Joyce Powell, Judy Griffith, Jo Oakey, Jane Nash, Barbara Bailey. SECOND ROW — Lorraine Young, Camille Sheas, Donna Byrd, Patsy Warfe, Brenda Poff, Martha Bayse, Gay Gorsen, Betty Caperton, Carole Taylor, Carolyn Galbraith, Linda Steames, Pat Chaser. THIRD ROW — Ruth Dalton, Carolyn Caldwell, Karen Bowles, Betty McCurdy, Judy Herron, Dathlene Owen, Allison Watts, Julia Duncan, Shirley Dulaney, Betsy Stokes, Beth Kelly, Marilyn Vest, Sandra Morris. FOURTH ROW — Freda Crosswhite, Pat Palmer, Martha Roach, Rita Leonhardt, Sandra Hodges, Jane King, Beth Loan, Jackie Keith, Jean Epperly, Janet Branum, Pat Kagles, Sandra Tyree, Cinthia Winston, Elaine Ager. The Girls’ Chorus PURPOSE The Girls’ Chorus is a choir-training group whose specific aim is to develop good choir technique through the study of vocal produc¬ tion and music theory. The Advanced Girls’ Choir PURPOSE The Advanced Girls’ Choir is a new group of select singers who explore the beauty of en¬ semble singing. ACTIVITIES 1. Appear in concerts 2. Sing at school assemblies 3. Perform at many public meetings Advanced Girls’ Choir: FIRST ROW, Left to Right — Dee Abernathy, Sharon Eller, Carol Blount, Martha Bowles, Kathy Gray, Diana Bush, Brenda Wright, Susan Tyler. SECOND ROW — Theresa Verna, Dale Shealy, Brenda Deyerle, Susan Rikard, Lula Downey, Siggi Daffner, Caroline Wright.
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