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Future Farmers of America are as follows: FIRST ROW: Paul Webb, Sentinel; Douglas Barton, Secretary; Wayne Keffer, Vice-President; Ray Bayse, President; Lloyd Bowman, Treasurer; Barry Crawford, Reporter. SECOND ROW: Richard Saunders, Jesse Rutledge, Day Moses, Jerry Aliff, Gene Adkins, David Hughes, Rich¬ ard Dixon, Andy Marsinko, Jimmy Dickerson, John Blankenship. THIRD ROW: W. M. Scott, Advisor; Wayne Gorman, Ralph Brubaker, Donald Fulcher, Tommy Wright, Jimmy Harrell, Mark Wimmer, Jimmie Tickle, Bu¬ ford Hanson, Fred Clest, Darrell Bower. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA The purposes of the Future Farmers of America are best expressed by our motto: Learn¬ ing to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning to Live, Living to Serve. Some of our activities during the past year have been the sending of delegates to State and National Conventions and participating in the Federation crop, shop, dairy, and public speaking contests. We attended the FFA-FHA camp at Smithfield and held a Parent-Son Banquet. A member of our chapter won the Area Soil and Water Management Award and the Farm Electri¬ fication Award Irfll ■Wiiiiiiiir • ' : ! ' _— 121
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The purpose of the Vocational Office Training Program is to train students for occupa¬ tional competence. It is often spoken of as a part-time co-operative work program be¬ cause business men co-operate with the school in training students for office jobs. We receive pay while working in business offices. All of us are Seniors majoring in business. We attend classes at school in the morning, and work in a business office on a part- time basis in the afternoon. Miss Mary H. Goodwin, our teacher, helps us fnd work and observes our progress, which she discusses with our employers. As a result of this program, we graduate from high school better prepared to take our places in the business world. VOCATIONAL OFFICE TRAINING The members of the V.O.T. are as follows: FIRST ROW: Donna Byrd, Barbara Byrd, Alp ha Garman, Sarah Garman, Joyce Halsey, Carol Taylor, Judy Thomas, Betty Sample. SECOND ROW: Miss Mary H. Goodwin, Teacher-Co-ordinator; Nancy Obenchain, Carolyn Francisco, Mary Frances Pratt, Brenda Poff, Betty Martin, Karen Scott, Linda Cannaday, Vivian Bond. THIRD ROW: Judy Willey, Carolyn Caldwell, Janice Gunter, Geraldine Conner, Jean White, Phyllis Johnston, Pat Looney, Shirley Vaughn. FOURTH ROW: Richard Cecil, Patty Hall, Brenda Nichols, Mackie Collins, Joyce Webb, Penny Moore, Linda Agee, Carolee Thomas.
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FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The objectives of the Future Teachers of America are to create and to further an under¬ standing of the problems and opportunities of teaching. Members observe classes in the Annex during free periods, or visit elementary schools in this area. In emergencies, members are asked to serve as teachers. Our activities include giving a yearly picnic, entering a float in the homecoming parade, participating in the District P Convention, and attending a tea for the recruitment of teachers. Callie Reid, a member of the F.T.A., observes Moss Webber ' s re¬ medial reading class. The members of the Future Teachers of America are as follows: FIRST ROW: Pam Kelly, Pat Thompson, Martha Firebaugh, Callie Reid, Barbara Preas, President; Emily Turner, Secretary; Virginia Harvey, Linda Rakes, Mary Hinson. BACK ROW: Mr. Richards, Sponsor; Gwen Garner, Vice-President; Mr. Thompson, Sponsor; Mary Ann Douthat, Fran Kageals, Virginia Crockett, Dianne Peters. 1 - 7 } 1 l; mmM Jt ) f i • 4 hHH r.i M K. Jf W. B H r 41 I II I HkHT ' - 4 •1 It? y : S; 4 v . ' Bp fc) Jf 1 Ite- , T p|l A
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