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Page 120 text:
The members of the F.H.A. are as follows: FIRST ROW: Linda Williams, Emily Dixon, Connie Waggy, Carol German, Nancy K. Haigler, Christina Donnelly. SECOND ROW: Pat Kageals, Marcia Mounts, Ruth Perdue, Pat Wolford, Lynda Parris, Joyce Dean, Doris Gearhart, Frances Humphreys, Dolly Yopp. THIRD ROW: Sandra Gibson, Elaine Ager, Vetta Waggy, Norma Barnett, Carolyn Nowlin, Barbara Brown, Joyce Rakes. Having a picnic are F.H.A. officers Carolyn Mohler, First Vice- President; Anita Webb, Second Vice-President; Rose Dudley, Treasurer, Elaine Ager, Board of Directors. Standing are Joyce Messinger, Song Leader; Shirley Vaughn, Reporter; Debby Nester, President; Cecilia Ferguson, Parliamentarian. Members of the F.H.A. carry favors to the Mercy House; second from left is Jean White, Recording Secretary. Officers not pictured are as follows: Linda Hodges, His¬ torian: Phyllis Johnston, Corresponding Secretary; Betty Martin, Board of Directors.
Page 119 text:
! Betty Sample, a member of the C.Y.A., is turning on the inter¬ com to bring the morning devotions to the school. C.Y.A. officers are as follows: SEATED: Carol Taylor, President; Ronald Coleman, Vice- President. STANDING: Judy Reese, Treas¬ urer; Betty Sample, Secretary; Beverly Mil¬ ler, Song Leader. SfeveFurrow says grace in the cafeteria at lunchtime.
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FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA The Future Homemakers of America is a national organization whose purpose is to train girls to live better today in order that their lives may be better tomorrow. Our chapter has had as its goal this year " to promote good will by becoming acquainted with our neighbors at home and abroad. " Our activities include adopting a child, taking a trip to the Mercy House, presenting fashion shows, learning to model, sponsoring a dance and a hop, having a barbecue and a picnic, and attending federation meetings and state and national conventions. These home economics students learn about home planning and furnishing from this model home. The members of the F.H.A. are as follows: FIRST ROW: Ellen Dunford, Cecilia Ferguson, Jean Blankenbeckler, Suzanne Brown, Betty Johnston, Geraldine Conner, Sue Akers. SECOND ROW: Kathy Jones, Delores Martin, Sandra Gibson, Judy Aldhizer, Janet Terry. THIRD ROW: Linda Gray, Sharon Cregger, Mary Brumfield, Judy Lane, Sandra Altice, Mrs. E. Blake, Sponsor.
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