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Page 83 text:
IV ACTIVITIES Auixious to do all we can for our school, we work together. Co-operating with each other, we are achieving our goals. T aking time on the things we do helps us in efficiently presenting our projects. Interest we show by helping others at special seasons. V arious things we present — such as hops, dances, and assemblies. Invaluable are our clubs, for through them we learn to work together. T asks we undertake because we realize what will be expected of us. In learning the value of friendships we prosper in many ways. E ncouragement we are given by our loyal faculty and friends. Sharing our activities, we learn to co-operate 79 4
Page 84 text:
BETA CLUB Beta Club members inducted in December, 1958, are: FRONT ROW, Left to Right -— Judy Thomas, Carolyn Galbraith, Janet Gardella, Emily Douglas, Becky Douglas, Joyce Halsey, Judy Herrin, Anita Webb. SECOND ROW — Marcia Mounts, Gwendolyn Garner, Linda Canady, Mary Ann Douthat, Donald Wisely, Susan Rikard, Diana Bush, Sandra Jackson, Susan Spickard. THIRD ROW — Jean White, Kathy Gray, Shirley Vaughn, Brenda Deyerle, Freda Crosswhite, Martha Fire- baugh, Elaine Ager, J. C. Poindexter. FOURTH ROW — Jane Lowe, Anna Logan, Ruth Wade, Wayne Pillow, Terry St. Clair, Randy Clark, Sid¬ ney Hinkley, George Lenaeus. LAST ROW — Bobby Hopkins, Stephen Fox, David Myers, Larry Trent, Bobby Blankenbaker, Richard Fur¬ row. Bob Hunt, Virginia State Beta Club Presi¬ dent, amuses his audience with one of his “famous” jokes. Vv W - u t m-Mgx hi ifm m t f £ ’ . ■ ■ ST ’ fmmJ n 5 Something very funny must have stirred these Beta Club officers into action. STANDING, Left to Right — Elton Birch, President; James Kidd, Vice President. SEATED — Lane Wright, Treasurer; Connie Edwards, Corresponding Secretary; Carolyn Chapman, Recording Sec¬ retary. 80
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