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Page 122 text:
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Hunter Highfield, Vice-President; Pam Robinson, Devotional Chairman; Judy Watkins, World Fellowship Chairman; Janie Dooley, Program Chairman; Sarah Wohlford, Music Chairman; Pat Gravely, Inter-club Council Representative; Lester McCurdy, President; Sallie Tate, Treasurer; Emily Wright, Recording Secretary; Kitty Walters, Service Projects Chairman; Kay Matthews, Corresponding Secretary; Miss Maxwell, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Sheri Carroll, Marion Huggins, Diane Wickham, Pat Matthews, Carolyn Fitzgerald, Susie Hardison, Gloria Wimmer, Peggy Williams, Nancy Garrett, Claire Roberts, Susan Chapman, Candy Minton, Ellene Overstreet. THIRD ROW: Alice Arm¬ strong, Susan Vaughan, Lorraine Johnson, Barbara Barr, Pam Sexton, Phyllis Anderson, Tish Lunsford, Clara Robertson, Donna Sweeny, Judy Maurer. FOURTH ROW: Sara Jo Dennis, Doris Ellis, Susan Bailey, Cynthia Beckner, Twila Saul, Joyce Altizer, Paula Larson, Sue Parker, Carolyn Abell, Mary Palmer, Patsy Koestner. FIFTH ROW: Gail White, Nancy Wells, Ryan Burke, Donna Snider, Joyce Dean, Linda Rakes. SIXTH ROW: Nancy Mul¬ lins, Susan Payne, Cookie Agnor, Nancy Archer, Carolyn Lilly, Myra Boone, Toni Tillman, Phyllis Lusk, Faye Hale, Cheryl Richardson, Jeannie Brockaw. flutUo ' i 7ee t The Jr. Y-Teens is the junior division of the Senior Y-Teens. Our goal is to train ourselves for the responsibilities which we will undertake as Senior Y-Teen members in future years. 118
Page 121 text:
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Caroline Wright, Gypsey Robertson, Mary Jo Ayers, Betty Jones. SECOND ROW: Betty Caperton, Linda Harter, Betsy Wells, Camille Sheahan, Kay McDonald, Linda Hodges, Caroline Highfill. THIRD ROW: Margurite Bryan, Pamela Haynes, Gwen Dean Johnson, Dottie Smiley, Betsy Stokes, Anne Dressier, Carole Jones. FOURTH ROW: Emily Dixon, Sue Dawson, Mary Collins, Ellen Bowers, Susan Schu¬ macher, Pat Cobb, Linda Baird, Phyllis Gilley. FIFTH ROW: Gwen Garner, Doris Lephew, Jean Epperly, Ann Shealy, Carole Clark, Ann Gearheart, Jo Ann Garrison. The Senior Y-Teens was founded in order to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in our common life those ideals of personal and social living to which we are com¬ mitted by our faith as Christians. Some of our activities for this year include giving a mother-daughter dinner, “adopting” a family, participating in the city-county fund drives, and sponsoring the an¬ nual Sweetheart Dance. 117
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! 1 ; i H 4 m • FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Bobby Fry, Vice-President; Sonny Eversole, Chaplain; Staley Hester, President; Alex McNeil, Secretary; Mike Spessard, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Don Gray, Bobby Saul, Lucky Wroniewicz, David Webb, Billy Metzler, Wayne Gray, Billy Rich¬ ardson, Larry Keyes, Marty Hash, Tommy King, Wayne Roberts, Nicky Powell. THIRD ROW: H. T. Shepherd, Y. W. Ayers, Lloyd Shockley, Barry May, Ed Routt, Howard Roberts, Bill Leckie, Randy Powers, Danny Duffy, Jimmy Birch, Tommy Robertson, Jack Evans, Car¬ ter Melton, Mr. St. Clair, Sponsor. ' Zc- ' Zf The Hi-Y is the YMCA in our high school. It is a fellowship of high school boys who are committed to Christian work in this high school and community. Contributing to the YMCA World Brotherhood, assisting in the Christmas Basket Campaign, and planning for religious assemblies are just a few of our many activi¬ ties. We also actively participate in national, state, and local Hi-Y functions, and send delegates to the Model General Assembly in Richmond. 119
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