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Page 132 text:
B W li -1 It k ; ? i O, : d rm j JMm OH bk V jj I A , ) 1 1 hv v n | ;.i V) y I FIRST ROW, Left to Right: Wayne Garman, Sentinel; Wayne Keffer, Secretary; Ralph Brubaker, Assistant Sec¬ retary; Richard Saunders, Vice-President; Tommy Wright, Reporter; Douglas Barton, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: John Blankenship, Ray Bayse, Bill Hodge, Julius Quesen- berry, Barry Crawford, Barry Anderson, John Hurley, Da¬ vid Lester, Dale DeWease, Larry Conner. THIRD ROW: Joe Rutherford, Jesse Rutledge, Andy Marsinko, Robert McCray, Kenneth Anderson, Darrell Bower, Lee Gordon, Randall Walker, Mr. Scott, Advisor. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Orr, Advisor, Mark Bowman, Lloyd Bowman, Paul Webb, Jerry Aliff, Douglas Morgan, Don Mountcastle, Larry Starkey, Danny Richards, Day Moses, Mark Wim- mer, David Hughes. Members not pictured: George Yopp, Jr., President; Richard Dixon, Ronald Thompson, Regi¬ nald Alls, Aubrey Alley, Maynard Palmer, Ronald Ray, Wayne Aliff, Larry Collins, Earl Wimmer. " putune £ s4 Kefuca, The purposes of the Future Farmers of America are expressed best by our motto: Learning t o do, doing to learn, earning to live, and living to serve. Some of our activities during the year were giv¬ ing radio and television programs throughout the year, and sending a delegate to the National Con¬ vention and the F.F.A. State Convention in October. The federation and the dairy and poultry judging con¬ tests were held in the spring, while during the sum¬ mer months the annual F.F.A.-F.H.A. picnic, de¬ gree team and public speaking contests took place. Also of note was the annual parent-son banquet.
Page 131 text:
FIRST ROW: Carolyn Mohler, Historian; Brenda Collins, Anne Reynolds, Carol Jean Jones, Betty Gale Jones. SECOND ROW: Marie Hofer, Sherry Wright, Betty Adams, Elaine Ager, Linda Hodges, Cynthia Winston. The purpose of the F.H.A. is to learn to live better today in order that our lives may be better tomorrow. The F.H.A. had two goals to fulfill this year: first, to interpret the values of home economics as a basic part of our total education, second, to develop a better understanding of our family members and to contribute to their well-being. Some of the activities include fashion shows, clothing exhibits, classes in model¬ ing, a hop after a basketball game, a parent-daughter banquet, a trip to the Mercy House, and a trip to Bedford. Delores Martin, Vonnie Myers, Debby Nester, Treas¬ urer, Jean White, Phyllis Johnston. FIRST ROW: Edair Per¬ due, Doris Gearheart, Mary Ann Grossheim, Corresponding Secretary; Joyce Halsey. SECOND ROW: Joan Campbell, Rose Dudley, Joan Her¬ ron, Sarah Cromer, Geraldine Conn
Page 133 text:
FIRST ROW,, Left to Right: Miss Lois Yeatts, Sponsor; Audrey Doyle, Songleader; Tommy Wright, Reporter; Nancy Tate, Treasurer; Rodney Wohlford, Secretary; Pamela Haynes, Vice-President; Earl Wimmer, Miss Barbara Hoge, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Karen Swain, Carolyn Taylor, Shelia McCoy, Joyce Wimmer, Frances Wimmer, Doris Wilson, Sandra Helm, George Givens. THIRD ROW: Wanda Smith, Rebecca Scott, Carolyn Redmond, Danny McDaniel, Mickey Taylor, Steve Simpkins, Junior Hendricks, Jimmy Smith, Brenda Spangler. FOURTH ROW: Frances Humphries, Sue Hodges, Joan Williams, George Phoenix, Gerald McDaniel, J. D. Jacobs. FIFTH ROW: Wayne Wertz, Charles Williams, Steven Stinson, Bryant Williams, Roger Williams, Danny Karnes. 4- ' % gud The 4-H Club of Andrew Lewis High School, like all other 4-H Clubs, is affili¬ ated with the state and national organization. The purposes include teaching the latest and best practices in agriculture and home economics, encouraging the acceptance of responsibilities in all phases of liv¬ ing, and stimulating friendships and enriching character through individual and club projects. 129
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