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Page 112 text:
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA 1st ROW: Gay Conner, Mary Sue Copeland, Mary Goodwin, Brenda Barton, Mildred McCoy, Becky Stanley, Jerry Brickey, Betty Sample. 2nd ROW: Mary Tyler, Geraldine Conner, Phyllis Johnson, Doris Gearhart, Mary Ann Gross- hiem, Carol Laprad, Ann Shealey. 3rd ROW: Anita Webb, Carolyn Altizer, Joan Herron, Gajl De Wease, Joan Camp¬ bell, Ruth Bohon, Jo Cobb, Doris Brumfield. 4th ROW: Alice Jewell, Judy Atkinson, Jeanie Carrol, Barbara Jackson, Sarah Cromer, Jeanne Garst, Bonnie Love, Betty Ulrey, Geraldine Smith. 5th ROW: Betty Martin, Brenda Shelton, Debbie Nester, Joyce Parr, Pat Cobb, Rose Dudling, Mary Hinson, Susan Coates, Sally Lockrow. THE F.H.A. OFFICERS are; FRONT ROW: Janie Saunders, President; Carol Sue St. Clair, First Vice-President; Joyce Cundiff, Secretary; Mrs. Blake, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Miss Kelly, Sponsor; Anne Reynolds, Reporter; Nancy St. Clair, Treasurer; Elaine Ager, Second Vice-President.
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4-H CLUB The Andrew Lewis 4-H Club members are: KNEELING — Johnny Rutherford, Treasurer. FIRST ROW — Paul Jewell, Reporter; Becky Neal, Project Leader; Earl Wimmer, Secretary; Sandra Helms, President; Paula Larson, Song Leader; Donald Mount- castle. SECOND ROW — Pamela Haynes, Kay Blankenship, Peggy Williams, Martha Neal, Martha Ann Puckett, Barbara Parker, Jean Garrity. THIRD ROW — Roy Rogers, Jerry Wright, Henry Plat¬ ter, Donnie Pittman, Mike Tate, Joan Williams, Jimmy Kropff, Mrs. Young, Sponsor. FOURTH ROW — Pat Hancock, Junior Hendricks, Jimmy Powers, Jimmy Smith, Pat Gravely , Bar¬ bara Mowles, Mrs. Dunwoody, Sponsor. FIFTH ROW — Jimmy Bell, Junior Hungate, Cecilia Ferguson, Rosie Lonitz, Jeanne Blankenbeckler, Sandra Boone. EDUCATION 1. Teaching the latest an l best practices in agricultut and home economics CAMARADERIE 9 1. Stimulating zest for living through friendships 2. Appreciating miracles in nature 3. Accepting responsibility CONTRIBUTION 1. Enriching character through successful development of home projects 107
Page 113 text:
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