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Page 136 text:
ROW ONE: Linda Harter, Barbara Preas, Dottie Smiley, Betsy Stokes, Callie Reid, Linda Baird, Carol Jean Jones. ROW TWO: Mary Marsinko, Diane Windel, Joyce Wool- wine, Suanne Williams, Ginny Brubeck, Susan Coates, Pam Haynes. ROW THREE: Dee Stinnette, Betty Gale Jones, Becky Thomas, Betty Caperton, Pat Follmar. ROW FOUR: Cecilia Ferguson, Caroline Highfill, Linda Mount, Mrs. Roach, Sponsor. SENIOR TEENS OFFICERS: Sally Rikard, Vice- President; Lester McCurdy, World Fellowship Chariman; Dottie Smiley, Inter-club Coun¬ cil Representative; Callie Reid, Worship Chairman; Nancy Archer, Music Chairman; Barb¬ ara Preas, President; Carol Jean Jones, Worship Center Chairman; Betsy Stokes, T reasurer; Susan Schumacher, Service Projects Chairman; Linda Harter, Secre¬ tary.
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Linda Harter, Head Majorette; Euel Stump, Drum Major. STANDING: Bobby Dell John¬ son, Becky Cromer, Tanya Tuttle, Judy Cunningham, Sandra Hollandsworth. MAJORETTES Betty Davis DRILL Wanda Sisson Mary Marsinko TEAM Linda Reynolds Patty Whitby Gloria Wimmer Diane Winded Suanne Williams Emily Dixon Joan Herron - ” ' " T r i3i i P 1
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ROW ONE: Lucy Reavis, Peggy Farrish, Lester McCurdy, Sally Rikard, Nancy Archer, Andrea Clinevell, Linda Wat¬ son, Hunter Highfill. ROW TWO: Carolyn Lilly, Jean Gough, Gail Crisp, Drema Burford, Diane Yates, Ryan Burke, Sandra Sizer, Susan Vaughn, Elaine Smith. ROW THREE: Myra Boone, Ann Minarik, Cookie Agner, Phyllis Haysett, Ann White, Lynda Parris, Barbara Richardson. ROW FOUR: Georgia Mayo, Pam Robinson, Gail Volpe, Judy Lane, Georgia Allen. The Sr. Y-Teens is a group affiliated with the Y.W.C.A., whose goal is to en¬ courage friendship and other principles of Christian living among its members. This objective is reached by co-operating on various projects and by taking part in whole¬ some activities. Our projects include an annual Sweetheart Dance, a float in the homecoming parade, sponsoring a hop, and giving assistance to a needy family. Did you attend the Sweetheart Dance? If so, do you recognize anything familiar in these scenes? They are “Cupid’s Capers” in the making. 133
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