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Page 107 text:
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION Maurice Hollifield at Barnett’s Amaco; Harriet Lewis, Heironimus; Cecilia Minnix, Eagle Store; Phyllis Moses, J. J. Newberry; Paul Wade, Mick or Mack; George Wright, Western Auto. CLASS ACTIVITIES Mary Sue Hilton presents shadow D.E. students make shadow boxes. Mr. Bolton lectures to D.E. Class. box. C. W. Cromer and D.E. classmates Peggy Cook admires D.E. showcase. D.E. Class judges Ken Platt’s win- judge window of Piedmont Store. dow. 103
Page 106 text:
DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION V Tt 3C Warren Booth — President Roanoke Hardware Larry Hughes — Vice Pres. Roanoke Hardware Nita Howery — Sec. Sears Mary Sue Hilton — Treas. Miller Rhodes Sue Ferguson — Reporter Heironimus Sandra Gauldin — Parliamentarian Miller Rhoads Auburn Black Ortho-Vent C. W. Cromer Roanoke Hardware Barbara Graybeal Heironimus Ronnie Hodges Roanoke Hardware Glenville Johnson Roanoke Hardware Bruce Kropff Kroger 102
Page 108 text:
FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW — Miss Proffitt, Sponsor; Carolyn Deeds, President; Connie Edwards, Vice President; Joyce Cun- diff, Recording Secretary; Joyce Thomas, Corresponding Secretary; Barbara Duncan, Treasurer ; Shirley Crawford, Vickie Owen, and Francis Wirt. SECOND ROW — Linda Beacon, Barbara Jackson, Alice Altice, Peggy Cook, Brenda Poff; Shelby Mottly, Doris Brumfield, Patsy Lemon, Aleen Helms, Patsy Shelburne, Margaret Brown, Sue Hawkins, Carolyn Rakes, Marinella McDaniel, Wilma St. Clair, Julia Duncan, Jane King, Carolyn Bell, Faye Wheeler, Barbara Bailey. THIRD ROW: Carol La Prade; Carol Bryant; Ar¬ lene Conrad, Joyce Guthrie, Helen Leming, Linda Wil¬ liams, Linda Garber, Mildred Garman, Elaine Riley, Mary Elizabeth Faulkerson, Colleen Strouth, Trudy Thompson, Patsy Stinson, Charie Bailey, Elaine Baine, Drucilla Ed¬ wards, Carol Dudding, Carolyn Akers, Barbara St. Onge, Judy Kilby. PURPOSE: 1. To learn more about business 2. To develop leadership 3. To help with community and school activities 4. To earn money to carry on these activities 5. To have some fun ACTIVITIES: 1. Informal hops 2. Pot-luck suppers 3. Visit business places 4. Formal dances at the state convention 5. Luncheon at Radford College — regional meeting 6. Float in the homecoming parade 7. Fashion show 104
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