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MONOGRAM CLUB V m ifl 1 ' " ' ■ W k I cM’ - I ' Jm I N A f IS®.- IwHi Wm jjgffrg L v %r» V imlM- %«■ Jjggg ■ ...r te jBSr. jfo£4 L Jar ijl||g 1 W Jgigpipr ' A Ml r M ■1 Wy 1 A , 1 K § 1 | (f y . FIRST ROW: Left to Right: Neil Churchill, Vice- President, Wayland Overstreet, Treasurer, Clarence Tarp- ley, President, Alvin Hall, Secretary. SECOND ROW: Sam Carter, “Rick” Paugh, Bob Hunt, Clark Van- dergrift. THIRD ROW: Butch May, Elton Birch, Leonard Snead, Dewey Nester. FOURTH ROW: Glen Johnson, Rudy Gearheart, David Kennamer, Steve Veasey. FIFTH ROW: Bill Wade, Dwin Banner, Wayne Taliferro, Robert Bradley. SIXTH ROW: Larry Early, Sonny Tarpley, George Yopp, John Paul Moore. PURPOSE: 1. To create a better understanding between the members of the various ath¬ letic teams. 2. To improve relations of athletics with other students. 3. To promote better sportsmanship in and out of school. 4. To live by the standards set up by the athletes of Andrew Lewis. 5. To show to the students that sportsmanship pertains not only to school, but also to life in its everyday pattern. ACTIVITIES: 1. To choose the Homecoming court and elect the queen. 2. To sponsor a hop after the Homecoming game. 3. To sponsor a hop after the City-County Track Meet. 87
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STUDENT LIBRARY STAFF Pat Looney, Rudy Poff, Linda Williams, and Betsy Dyerle Anderson, Betty Ulrey, and Robert Simmons check and help with some of the duties at circulation desk as Phyllis shelve books. Mrs. Newton, assisted by George Harmon, i some necessary reading material. Voluntary library assistants, Sue Hawkins and James Gacek, check new books, Patsy Lemon types cards, while Lawrence Nash letters the call number. helping Paul Wiley and Wayne Roberts find Martha Bayse, Jean Anderson, David Blankenbeckler, Ronnie Weston, and Pat Conner assist in filing cards and ' ooking up information in the card catalog.
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PEP CLUB 1st ROW: Miss Letch, Mrs. Hood; Sponsors; Varsity Cheerleaders, Rose Ann Barr, Martha Mattern, Sandra Jones, Carolyn Elmore, Carol Jean Hurt, Betty McDonald, Head Cheerleader; Muriel Fergerson, Lula Downey, Janie Saunders, Mona Thornhill, Diana Crotts, Joyce Eversole. 2nd ROW: Judy Adkinson, Joan Herron, Joyce McDonald, Sandra Harvey, Angela Garrett, Cynthia Winston, Sandra Adkins, Gloria Fink, Susan Bryan, Susan Rikard, Diana Bush, Mat Merker, Sue Arther, Ann Reynolds. 3rd ROW: Sue Thorton, Jane King, Betty McCurdy, Ginger Mattern, Sha Bradley, Ann Crouch, Peggy Caffee, Pat Cobb, Selena Leonhart, Brenda Deyerle, Dee Abernathy, Martha Poage, Sue Puckett, Bobi Fergerson. 4th ROW: Sandra Price, Donna Brugh, Shirley Doss, Faye Pugh, Martha McGhee, Kitty Fitzgerald, Brenda Wright, Carol Jean Wirt, Jane Lowe, Sharon Eller, Susan Spikard, Martha Bowles, Cynthia Dean, Marsha Robertson, Suki Garst, Venona Musser. 5th ROW: Carollee Thomas, Jackie Hudson, Ellen Cox, Siggi Daffner, Betty Coffman, Ann Peters, Marty Sherrard, Susan Tyler, Lou Ann Andrews, Fran- cine League, Elizabeth McClung, Malinda Sayers, Carolyn Hill, Lynn Rowland, Sally Lemon, Carol Taylor. 6th ROW: Carolyn Chapman, Doris Price, Judy Lioes, Sonny Tarpley, Buddy Lipes, Bobby Leib, David Kennemer, Huntley Houck, Richard Hardison, Van Hoback, Conrad Dillon, Alex McNeil, Mike Smith, Alice Jewell. 7th ROW: Mabel Newton, Carolyn Watkins, Richard Young, Ed Butts, Bob Hunt, Neil Churchill, Smo Bradley, Phillip Tillman, Jerry Smith, Cammie Wiley, John Goodwin. Members of the Pep Club try to “beautify” a truck for their homecoming float.
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