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OF 1961-62 Vocational Achievement Winners: Wayne Keffer ranked fourth in the state FFA public speaking contest. Carolyn Mohler, an FHA member, was se¬ lected as the McCall’s representative for the Roanoke area. Andy Marsinko was awarded a trip to the National 4-H Club Congress held in Chicago where he won a trophy and two medals in poultry judging. Distributive Education Winner: Carol Markham was second runner-up in merchandise presentation at the district con¬ test. All-State Choir members are as follows: Sandra Mor¬ ris, Beverly Miller, James Gacek, Carlton Collins, Roger Cox. B lova t All-State Band members are as follows: Peggy Eunson, Beverly Miller, Connie Graham, and Euel Stump. 151
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ACHIEVEMENTS 1 ' mk m if If V 1 Bonnie Keenan, Mary Brumfield, and Joan Her¬ ron were winners of the parliamentary proce¬ dure contest in the local FBLA district. Members of the WBLU Radio Staff are as follows: Steve Ken- namer, Norman Moore, Sally Rikard, Tom King, Mike Spes- sard, David Moran of WBLU, Karen Bowles, Susan Chapman, and Rosi Lonitz. Their program, Wolverine Turntable, is out¬ standing and has been rated the best in high school competition at the annual SIP.A. Convention. Achievers in other fields are Mike Robertson who was a National Merit Finalist and Sherry Banner who was the recipient of the DAR award. (Not Pictured): Roz McFarland, National Merit Finalist; Judy Cundiff, State Jr. Classical League Treasurer. Jerry Neighbors honored the school by being the top scorer in State Group I-A Basketball, and by being chosen captain of the All-State Group I-A Team. Steve Kennamer and Norman Moore, members of the Debating Team, placed third in State Debatine. br A LiGHTUOl ' se QOf i THE Notice off 0£PR£5sic IT . HOW FAf? it the: lighthouse ? 150
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% i.Td m ' m E «=» J J H jj FI H | K ' • . ' i ' jj H I:. | 1 Rt JL I JR 1 I • 1 JP The members of the eighth grade basketball team don’t always look as quiet as they do here. A candid shot of the back- stage area after the Senior Talent Show. The show is over. OUR READY CAMERA A mood of quietness and solitude surrounds Lee McReynolds as she performs her duty as hall monitor. Mr. Bolton and assistants, George Givens and David Waltz, practice the art of selling in the school bookstore.
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