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Members of the choir are as follows: FIRST ROW: Leigh Wiley, Kathryn Gray, Carol Blount, Betty McCurdy, Carolyn Galbraith, Judy Herrin, Sally Rikard, Shirley Dulaney, Betsy Stokes, Brenda Collins, Sandra Morris, Judy Griffith, Dianne Edwards, Susan Rikard, Treasurer. SECOND ROW: Freda Crosswhite, Brenda Kay Deyerle, Secretary; Dee Stinnette, Betty Hannah, Sylvia Witt, Linda Hodges, Sandra Tyree, Jean Fincher, Jane Nash, Sharon Eller, Martha Bowles, Allison Watts, Doris Gearhart, Ann DeHart, Elaine Ager. THIRD ROW: J ames Gacek, Tom McClure, Jimmy Breedlove, Loy Belcher, Robin Grant, Norman Moore, Jerry Yonug, John Rutherford, James Slay, Billy Combs, Vice-President; Richard Dixon, Roger Cox. FOURTH ROW: John Furrow, Bobby Emory, Lynn Eades, Ronald Coleman, Joe Bounds, President; Wayne Roberts, Tommy Miller, Sammy Garst, Marty Hash, John Morrison, Bill Slater, John Hall, Lloyd Shockley, Wayne McGuire. A CAPPELLA CHOIR The members of the Andrew Lewis A Cappella Choir find a deep satisfaction in the singing of great choral literature and increase their appreciation of this field of music through studying it. Each year we give numerous concerts in churches and schools and are happy to share our appreciation with our listeners. Our group consists of fifty-seven members which are selected by audition from the student body. 113
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PHY-CHEM The Bi-Phy-Chem Science Club, uniting all students in- Science Club sold programs at a football game, entered terested in pursuing scientific careers, carries out pro- a float in the Homecoming Parade, and sponsored a grams with the Virginia Junior Academy of Science and hop. We encourage participation in all science fairs the Science Clubs of America. While we sometimes go and assist the sponsors during the Roanoke County Sci¬ on field trips, the regular meetings of the club feature ence Fair, speakers and films. During the fall, the Bi-Phy-Chem ' Bi-Phy-Chem members are as follows: FIRST ROW: Randy Clarke, Richard Gunter, Sherry Banner, Roz McFarland, John Parker, Ben¬ nie Hall. SECOND ROW: Peggy Eunson, Barbara Preas, Pat Ka- geals, Debby Nester, Carolyn Mohler, Dickie Garst, Jimmy Butler. THIRD ROW: Don McCown, Loy N. Belcher, Gary Bowen, Jimmy CLUBS Bolling, Roger Cox, John Furrow, Stephen Boaz, Tommy Beaman. FOURTH ROW: Virginia Clark, Susan Coates, Moffett Brock, David Rardin, Michael Brickey, Tommy Farewell, Ben Chapman, Kerry Sipe. FIFTH ROW: Mr. David L. Nickerson, Miss Frances L. Hurt, Sponsors.
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Members of the Christian Youth Association are as follows: FIRST ROW: Ronald Coleman, Betty Sample, Carol Taylor, Beverly Miller, Judy Reese, Mrs. Sue Banner, Sponsor. SECOND ROW: Lynn Waynick, Becky Carroll, Helen McGhee, Linda Rakes, Beverly Reich, Linda Gray, Carolyn Johnson, Dawn Nester, Pamela McFalls, Carol Musselman, Ellen Dunford, Sylvia Witt, Cynthia Witt. THIRD ROW: Judy Thomas, Vivian Roupe, Joyce Miller, Dianne Peters, Sue Bones, Karen Crady, Barbara Gearheart, Becky Green, Katherine Tarpley, Ellen Timberlake, Cheryl Surendonk, Roger Cox. FOURTH ROW: David Waltz, Bennie Hall, James Crouse, Owen J. Collins, Michael Moulse, Euel Stump, Jimmy Bolling, Clark Cregger, Byron Miller, Eddie Wallace. FIFTH ROW: Paul Graham, Robert Pruitt, Judy Aldhizer, Kathryne Husted, Brenda Combs, Barbara Ridpath, Joyce Spangler, Shirley Grant, Enola Graham, Sara Jo Dennis, Linda Moses, Raymond Kirby. SIXTH ROW: John Furrow, Steve Cromer, Nardie Nelson, Johnny Roberts, Kyle Stevens, Herbert Patrick, M-ichael Pardue, Mike Harris, Rusty Slay, Billy Combs, Bill Slater. SEVENTH ROW: Lynwood Sweeney, Nancy Martin, Stephen Haw¬ kins, Donald Haynes, Steve Brown, Chuck Rakes, Tommy Taylor, Sharon Cregger. CHRISTIAN YOUTH ASSOCIATION “STUDY TO SHOW THYSELF APPROVED UNTO GOD, A WORKMAN THAT NEED- ETH NOT TO BE ASHAMED, RIGHTLY DIVIDING THE WORD OF TRUTH.” Second Timothy 2: 15 114
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