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Page 113 text:
Members of the staff present at a meeting are; FIRST ROW, Front to Back: Allison Watts, Marcia Robinson, Camille Sheahan, Kerry Sipe, and Johnny Rutherford. SECOND ROW: Peggy Yates, Sha Bradley, Advertising Manager; Leigh Wiley, Martha Bowles, Assistant Business Manager; Susan Chapman. THIRD ROW: Sharon Eller, Kay Matthews, Sandra Sayers, Ellen Bowers, Nancy St. Clair, Assistant Circulation Manager. STANDING, Left to Right: Sallie Tate, A1 Knighton, Virginia Clark, Sally Rikard, Connie Vecellio, Stephen Kennamer, Mr. Dixon, Sponsor; Mrs. Chapman, Sponsor. Members of the sports staff, Left to Right: FIRST ROW: Diana Crotts. SECOND ROW: Bob Keeney, Lloyd Shockley, Mike Spessard. THIRD ROW: John Hall, Wayne Roberts. Every Saturday morning the A.L. Spokesman furnishes news for two radio programs. WROV gives half an hour to the editor of the newspaper in each school, so Sandra Harvey is Emcee for Andrew Lewis News. WBLU has only the Wolverine Turn¬ table for school news and the staff is composed of Lloyd Shockley, Chair¬ man. FRONT ROW: Bobi Ferguson. SECOND ROW: Martha Bowles, Jo Oakey, Martha Mattem. BACK ROW: Bob Keeney, Tommy Robert¬ son, Susan Rikard, Mary Ed Williams Sandra Harvey (WROV).
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Sandra Harvey, Editor, pauses a moment from her typing. The Spokesman is three years old with a large, interested staff from all high school classes. News from the Eighth and Seventh Grades is accumulated from room representa¬ tives. The paper is published twelve times a school year including special Christmas and Senior issues. Susan Rikard, Assistant Editor, dis- Carol Sue Spence, Feature Editor, interviews Betty Coffman, News Editor, checks cusses a picture with photographer, someone for a news story. a list of coming events. David Bayse, and Assistant Editor, Mat Merker. Anne Nimmo, Business Manager, checks the mailing list while Angela Garrett, Circula¬ tion Manager, folds the papers for distribution to subscribers. Malinda Sayers, Club Editor, checks a back issue while Lula Downey, Alumni Editor, writes up the latest news.
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: David Bayse, Martha Mattern, Randy Clark, Malinda Sayers, David Dickerson, Carolyn Watkins, Vickie Owen, Charley Suiter, Angela Garrett, Ellen Cox, Anita Webb, Carol Spence, Judy Herrin. SECOND ROW: Becky Douglas, Emily Douglas, Martha Poage, Ann Nimmo, Bobi Ferguson, Susan Spickard, Wayne Pillow, Betty Coffman, Mary Douthat, Judy Thomas, Kathy Gray, Carolyn Galbraith, Sandra Jackson, Wilma St. Clair. THIRD ROW: Brenda Deyerle, Terry St. Clair, Lynn Rowland, Lila Garman, Bibi McClung, Caroline Wright, Diana Bush, Marcia Mounts, Janet Gardella, Joyce Halsey, Elaine Ager. FOURTH ROW: James Myers, David Myers, Don Wisley, Barbara Beckner, Pat Looney, Dottie Bush, Sandra Harvey, Jean White, Linda Cannady, Ruth Wade, Freda Crosswhite, Richard Browder, Ben Zirkle, Bob Blankenbaker, Steve Fox, George Leneaus, Mickey Furr, J. C. Poindexter, Bobby Hopkins, Richard Gunter, Larry Trent, Clifford Gallion, Charles Mc¬ Farland, Janet Branum, Susan Rikard, Faye Pugh, Pat Merker. ' Seta The purpose of the National Beta Club is to promote scholarship, leadership, and personality in its members. Students are chosen to participate in the club on the basis of high grades, and the recommendation and approval of the faculty. 1 his year the Andrew Lewis chapter has attended the State Beta Club Convention in Roanoke, sold Easter lilies for the benefit of crippled children, sold programs at football games, and sponsored a hop. Also, the Senior members were honored at a dinner given by the Rotary Club. 110
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