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Page 111 text:
FIRST ROW: Wayne Hall, Ken Etter, George Robinson, Joe Browder, Charles Bailey. SECOND ROW: Tommy Richardson, James Brown, Har¬ old Cogdill, Glenn Spangler, Billy Lee. THIRD ROW: Bob Saul, George Bower, Dicky Neal, Jerry Michael. FOURTH ROW: Larry Caligan, Bobby Fry, Jimmie Birch, Sidney Crosswhite, Jack C. Crosswhite. FIFTH ROW: Rich¬ ard Spangler, David Herrin, Robert Snyder, Ronnie Whitesell, David Myers. SIXTH ROW: Marshall Dowdy, Don McCown. pL . Iw m J Itk m ( . .v. fr. . t ■ % 1 ’ ■ kl M i MONOGRAM The Monogram Club officers are as follows: Kenneth Etter, Treasurer; Joe Browder, Vice-President; George Robinson, President; Wayne Hall, Secretary. The Monogram Club tries to create a better understa various athletic teams, to improve relations of athl mote better sportsmanship in and out of school, the Homecoming Court and electing the queen.
Page 110 text:
Members of the Junior Y-Teens ore as follows: FIRST ROW: Susan Agner, Ryan Burke, Susan Vaughan, Linda Johnson. SECOND ROW: Helen Arthur, Kitty Walters, Susan Payne, Judy Jones. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Meador, Sponsor; Karen Crady, Martha Jolly, Sharon Hash. FOURTH ROW: Paula Lada, Sandra Reese, Sharon Goad. FIFTH ROW: Nancy Archer, Enola Graham, Jerry Mills, Paulina McLaurin, Brenda Henderson. SIXTH ROW: Betty Davis, Sue Kingery, Pat Craft, Sandy Clem. SEV¬ ENTH ROW: Judy Foley, Sharon Davis, Shelia Hyatt. EIGHTH ROW: Sue Elben, Jean Holland, Sarah Moran, Barbara Holland. NINTH ROW: Georgia Mayo, Myra Boone, Connie Harrington, Ann White, Nancy Wells, Gail White. TENTH ROW: Jean Gough, Donna Waggy, Judy Gresham, Cathy Hall. ELEVENTH ROW: Ann Minarik, Pam Robinson. TWELFTH ROW: Helen Agner, Camille Thomas. THIRTEENTH ROW: Sue Parker, Sandy Sizer, Betty Spencer, Joyce Miller. FOURTEENTH ROW: Susan Fry, Rebecca Wilds. FIFTEENTH ROW: Elaine Lee, Linda Rudisill, Lois Davidson. ■ r WJf ' n ■ m Vr vpjr V»-i ill - - fPfl wm A JUNIOR Y-TEENS As members of the Junior Y-Teens, we are preparing ourselves for advancement in so¬ cial and community affairs. Our Junior Y-Teen aims are as follows: to grow as a person,- to grow in friendship with people of other races, religions, nationalities,- and to grow in knowledge and love of God. Some of the projects for the year are collecting money for Veterans of Foreign Wars, planting flowers for the improvement of the appearance of our town, sellino candy for the Y.W.C.A., and sending money for relief overseas. Officers of the Junior Y-Teens are as follows: Susan Vaughan, President; Pam Robinson, Vice-President; Cookie Agner, Treasurer,- Barbara Holland, Corresponding Secretary; Ryan Burke, Recording Secretary,- Nancy Archer, Program Chairman.
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Co-editors Susan Rikard and Marcia Robinson pass judge¬ ment on an article for the paper. Disc jockey Dick Moran helps Sha Bradley, Lloyd Shockley, Mike Spessard, Susan Rikard, and Martha Bowles through the difficulties of sending the " Wolverine Turntable " out over the radio waves to many enthusiastic listeners. The news staff, John Rutherford, Stephen Kennamer, Connie Vecellio, Sharon Eller, News Editor; Allison Watts, and Emily Wright, decides who is to write what article. Circulation staff Kay McDonald, Nancy St. Clair, Circulation Manager; Nancy Garrett, Leigh Wiley, Sallie Tate, Mi¬ chael Moulse, and Claire Roberts de¬ lightedly distribute their product.
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