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Page 139 text:
SEATED: Carol Jean Jones, Betty Johnston, Gail Coleman, Jean Garraghty. STANDING: Peggy Wertz, Lois Nutter, Becky Judd, Edair Perdue, Betty Gail Jones, Judy Lane, Marian Connell, Sue Akers. SEATED: Ruth Connell, Pam Guthrie, Linda Wat¬ son. STANDING: Alice Black, Joyce Smith, Faye Hale, Sharon Catron, Sue Shelton, Anita Gardner, Sara Moran. Brenda Henderson, Alice Judd, Paulina McLaurin, Joyce Rakes, Carol Garman, Brenda Graham, Margaret LaPrad, Shelia Hyatt, Gloria Linken- hoker. Suzanne Brown Wanda Robertson Anita Martin Ruth Perdue Anita Gardner A. mbition M entality E nergy R.espect Individuality C ourage ability
Page 138 text:
Through FHA we learn the qualities and ideals of a true homemaker and face the future striving always to make these a part of our daily life. F aith I.J nderstanding Togetherness T_Jnity Reality Enthusiasm Beverly Reich, Mary Brumfield, Pat Kageals, Sandra Altice, Carolyn Mohler, Jean Blanken- beckler, Sandra Gibson, Connie Graham, Rose Dudley. Mrs. Blake, Sponsor ROW ONE: Sandra Altice, Ruth Perdue, Anita Martin. ROW TWO: Sue Zirkle, Linda Rakes, Suzanne Brown, Faye Carroll, Margaret Witt. H onesty O rganization M anners E fficiency IVXanagement Appreciation Kindness Education Recreation S incerity Miss Kelly, Sponsor SEATED: Janet Terry, Karen White, Sharon Cregger. Sandy Clem, Shirley Jones. Twila Saul, Becky Scott. STANDING: Nora Belle Nunnery, Letitia Lunsford, Betty Davis, Pat Lovern.
Page 140 text:
SEATED: Andy Marsinko, Sentinel; Jimmie Tickle, Secre¬ tary; Douglas Barton, Vice-President; Wayne Keffer, Presi¬ dent; Danny Richards, Treasurer; Earl Wimmer, Reporter. ROW ONE: Barry Crawford, Jimmy Brown, Roger Atkin¬ son, Dwight Franklin, Marvin Cook, Winston Conner, Richard Boone. ROW TWO: Donald Fulcher, Jimmy Har¬ rell, David Hughes, Fred Vest, Wayne Garman, Paul Webb, Mr. Scott, Sponsor. Our local F.F.A. chapter was organized in 1928 and is affiliated with the national organization of farm boys studying vocational agriculture in high schools. It has grown in size from year to year, reaching a maximum enrollment of ninety boys in 1955. The purpose of our organization can best be expressed by our motto: Learning to Do, Doing to Learn, Earning a Living, Living to Serve. FUTURE FARMERS OF These boys, with the guiding hand of Mr. Scott, are learning to operate one of the numer¬ ous tools in the agricultural building. 136 AMERICA
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