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Page 141 text:
FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ROW ONE: Fran Kageals, Secretary; Callie Reid, President; Jo Ann Garrison, Treasurer; Sharon Fore, Melody Parsons, Linda Furrow. ROW TWO: Mr. Richards, Sponsor; Dianne Peters, Pam Sexton, Ellen Painter, Barbara Preas, Suanne Williams, Susan Schumacher, Patty Mae Martin. (Not Pictured) : Virginia Crockett, Vice-President. The goals of the F.T.A. Club are to create an interest in the teaching profession and to further an understanding of the ad¬ vantages and disadvantages of this vocation. Our activities include an annual picnic, a Recruitment Tea, and participation in the District P. Convention. One of our main objectives is to receive practical experience by conducting classes for teachers when needed. Barbara Preas seems to be doing a good job of holding these dents’ attention in Mr. Richard’s American Government class. 137
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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26 27 28 2 130 ifljjp,.- ■- SI jKjf turn i KS m t " y0p wffil S jH w ■ ,,, .jpBEHSfe m ■ HI ' 9i ■ - WBm ;; ip O | SEATED: Joyce Shorter, Joyce Parr, Sandra Gibson, Joan Herron, Mary Brumfield, Sandra Altice, Barbara Ramey, Patti Whitby, Ann Gearheart, Janet Terry, Bonnie Keenan, Eudora Judd. STANDING: Miss Goodwin, VOT Co-ordi- nator; Jane Nash, Diane Wirt, Sandra Tyree, Glenda Harris, Geneva Allen, Wanda Price, Bonnie Moore, Drema Fitz¬ gerald, Peggy Jobe, Peggy Vaden, Louise Cox, David Ray. VOCATIONAL OFFICE TRAINING The Vocational Office Training program, under the guidance of Miss Mary Good¬ win, prepares us to take our place in the business world. Due to the classes and the part-time jobs in which we engage, we we choose. Mary Brumfield pauses in her book¬ keeping work at Farmers National Bank. shall become competent in the business held Geneva Allen puts her training in typing to good use as she types records tor Dame Roofing Co. 138
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