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Page 139 text:
0 F F I C E T R A I N I N G FIRST ROM, Left to Right: Miss Mary H. Goodwin, Brenda Journell, Barbara Doyle, Shelby Jean Motley. SECOND ROIV: Alice Altice, Mona Thomas, Pat Brumfield, Barbara St. Onge. THIRD ROW: Charie Bailey, Carolyn Cabiness, Mary Jane Aliff. FOURTH ROMO Doris Brumfield, Arlene Conrad, Carol Jean Wirt, Mildred Carman. FIFTH ROW: Coleen Strouth, Linda Garber, Judy Atkinson. SIXTH ROW: Barbara Mowles, Betty Wirt, Betty Ann Cim- burke, Patsy Shelburne. SEVENTH ROW: Barbara Moore, Peggy Ayers, Patty Stinson. EIGHTH ROW: Vickie Owen, Wilma St. Clair, David Williams. The purpose of the Vocational Office Training Program is to train students for occupational competence. It is often spoken of as a part-time co-operative work program because the business men co-operate with the school in training students for office jobs. These students, who are majoring in business, attend morning classes at school and work on a part-time basis in the afternoon in a business office. The teacher and co-ordinator of this program finds work stations for the students and often visits the trainees on their jobs. She also discusses with the employer the job performance and office conduct of the trainee. Through this training program, students graduate from high school better prepared to take their places in the business world. First period Vocational Office Training class is hard at work. Second period Vocational Office Training class is also dili gently learning.
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FIRST ROW: Vickie Owen, Barbara St. Onge, Charie Bailey, Wilma St. Clair, Penny Moore, Arlene Conrad, Patty Stinson, Judy Adkins. SECOND ROW: Eudora Judd, Mil¬ dred Garman, Joan Herron, Emily Dixon, Vivian Bond, Betty Jo Quick, Bonnie Moore, Wanda Price, Glenda Harris, Carol Jean Jones. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Meador, Sponsor; Bonnie Keenan, Linda Garber, Peggy Ayers, Betty Martin, Pat Brumfield, Sandy Goodwin, Delores Martin, Carolyn Lyon, Donna Byrd, Mary Hinson, Margretha Kinser. FOURTH ROW: Miss Profitt, Sponsor; Joyce Halsey, Patricia Graham, Joyce Nixon, Mary Ann Keaton, Shelby Motley, Carol Bryant, Mary Potts, Brenda PofT, Karen Scott, Mary Ann Law. FIFTH ROW: Dale Brunk, David Wil¬ liams, Sharon Sargent, Jerry Neighbors, William Hale, Linda Cannady, Barbara Byrd, Colin Mayhew, Linda Hodges, Sandra Morris. putu%e ‘Su4t te 4 ecule%6 x£ s4 t Uc€i The Future Business Leaders of America has many purposes. This organization seeks to develop its mem¬ bers into qualified business leaders and to help make a wiser choice for a business occupation. The members are also encouraged to improve the home and com¬ munity and to participate in worthy undertakings to improve both business and the community. The FBLA, along with its educational purposes, partici¬ pates in and sponsors some of the social functions of our school. Among the many honors that our chapter received this year, there are three of which we are especially proud. An award of $100 was given to our chapter for outstanding work in FBLA in the Roanoke County and Roanoke City area. Also, we were a Gold Seal Chapter last year as a result of notable achievements; only a small number of schools in Virginia received this honor. Finally, a member of our club was on the Virginia spelling team which won hrst prize at the national convention. Left to Right: Judy Adkins, Parliamentarian; Patty Stinson, Reporter; Arlene Conrad, Scrapbook Chairman; Charie Bailey, Recording Secretary; Barbara St. Onge, Vice-President ; Vickie Owen, President; Penny Moore, Treasurer; Wilma St. Clair, Corresponding Secretary.
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Marie Rohrer Kay’s Sportswear Peggy Caldwell Heironimus Dianne Redford Miller Rhoads Nancy Hall, President Joseph Jacobs, Vice-President Miller Rhoads Roanoke Hardware Mr. Bolton, Advisor Billy Galbraith Roanoke Hardware Shelva Conner T arpley’s Connie Grubb Brenda Johnston Lynwood Lee S H Kress Newberry’s Goodwin Williams T
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