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Page 109 text:
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA 1st ROW, Left to Right: Cathy Gray, Treasurer; Ellen Cox, Vice Pres.; Sarah Coffee, Secretary; Barbara Beckner, President; Mrs. Kolmer, Sponsor. 2nd ROW: Shelby Mot¬ ley Donna Calhoun, Sara Adkins, Peggy Blankenbeckler, Sharon Muckenfuss, Gwen Garner. PURPOSE: 1. Encouraging more young people with ability to go into teaching profession 2. Presenting effective and worthwhile programs encouraging teaching 3. Presenting speakers who are outstanding contributors to teaching profession ACTIVITIES: 1. Showing movies illustrating classroom situations and effective teaching technique 2. Having appropriate programs at Thanksgiving and Christmas 3. Selling programs at football games 4. Sponsoring, with another club, one of the hops during the year. 105
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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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The members of the F.F.A. are: Lawrence Nash, Russell McDaniel, George Yopp, Frank Thomas, Dale Martin, Paul Hylton, Wayne Light, Rob¬ ert Hickson, Harry Conner, Wayne Keflfer, Melvin Crow¬ der, Richard Hartless, Stephen Fore, Barry Anderson, Danny Richardson, Mark Bowman, Barry Crawford, Richard Saunders, Lee Gordon, Gene Adkins, Joe Ruth¬ erford, Dale DeWease, Douglas Barton, Tommy Wright, Ray Bayse, Bobby Lancaster, Ronald Ray, May¬ nard Palmer, Orval Garman, James Hale, Billy Hill, Jerry Strong, Wayne Garman, Jerry Aliff, Darrell Bower, Tommy Morre, Ralph Brubaker, Lloyd Bowman, James Couch, Aubrey Alley, Douglas Wickham, Mark Wimmer, Dennis Reynolds, David Hughes, Robert Fitzgerald, Andy Marsinko, Richard Obenshain, Mr. W. M. Scott, Sponsor; Mr. K. E. Orr, Sponsor. AIMS: 1. Agricultural leadership. Co-operation, and Citizenship PURPOSES: 1. To create and nurture a love of country life 2. To strengthen confidence in themselves and their work 3. To create more interest in intelligent choices of farming occupations 4. To encourage members to improve home and surround¬ ings 5. To encourage and practice thrift and scholarship ACTIVITIES: 1. F.F.A. State Convention and Fair 2. F.F.A. — F.H.A. Camp and Picnic 3. Federation — Dairy Poultry Judging 4. Degree team Public Speaking contest 5. Parent — Son Banquet m A- 6. Radio and Television programs 7. Delegate to National Convention w j A . These Smiling F.F.A. Officers are: v a v LEFT TO RIGHT — Russell McDaniel, Treasurer; Ot W ' » tf feeorge Yopp, Secretary ; Frank Thomas, President; Dale Martin, Vice President; Paul Hylton, Reporter; Vice President; Lawrence Nash. Sentinel. Lee Gordon, Wayne Light, Jesse Rutledge, Gene Adkins, and Joe Rutherford, “Ag” boys, watch as Mr. Scott, their instructor, points out the tools on the shop’s new tool board.
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