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I Am, w- j I J ROW ONE: Miss Mary Goodwin, Sponsor; Carol Musselman, Linda Bushnell, Donna Casey, Willa Epperly, Judy Bishop, Judy Hill, Linda Poff, Phyllis Lusk, Ann Carroll, Lucy Reavis. ROW TWO: Judy Harry, Faye Carroll, Ann Hall, Sandra Wimmer, Janet Clark, Faye Hale, Pam McFalls, Sylvia Witt, Carolyn Nowlin, Phyllis Dale, Christina Donnelly. VOCATIONAL OFFICE TRAINING As a part of V.O.T. training, Willa Epperly spends a good portion of her school day work¬ ing in the main office. This aspect of V.O.T. gives her a chance to make practical applica¬ tion of her business training while she gains experience in office work. Phyllis Lusk and Carolyn Nowlin perfect typewriter and adding-machine tech¬ niques by practice on increasingly difficult assignments. Business training never ceases. The Vocational Office Training program, under the guidance of Miss Mary Goodwin, prepares many students for a place in the business world. Due to the classes and the part-time jobs in which they engage, these students will become competent in the busi¬ ness field of their choice. 125
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Sponsor, Mr. W. F. Bolton President, Dallas Waddell Secretary, Barbara Grant Treasurer, Jack Walcott Parliamentarian, Donnie Butler DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION The Distributive Education Club is organized in conjunction with the D.E. class. The purpose of the club is to train students in retail and wholesale merchandising. Some club contests are job interviews, professional selling, sales demonstration, merchandise presentation, and ad layout. In addition to these contests, we sponsor a series of club projects which are intended to build professional growth and development. ROW ONE: Darlene Andrews, Junior Yearout, Pete Stanford, James Huff, Donald Pittman, Harald Stull. ROW TWO: Hazel Under¬ wood, Linda Edwards, Connie Harshbarger, Katherine Tarpley, Bobby Craft, Sam Pauley. ROW THREE: Danny Crouse, Becky Deaton, Sally Grosholz, Peggy Farrish, Julia Wright, Jean Gar- raghty. ROW FOUR: Andy Taliaferro, Howard Pierce, Elridge Eanes, Kenneth Young, Carlis Carroll, Kenneth Wieringo. 124
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MAJORETTES: Sandra Hollandsworth, Betty Wright, Judy Cunningham, Head Majorette; Andrea Clinevell, Donna Waggy, Bobbie John¬ ston. THE ANDREW LEWIS BAND SENIOR BAND: ROW ONE: Sherry Crotts, Wayne Marshall, President; Ralph Smithson, Jerry Lineberry, Bonnie Reese. ROW TWO: Don Wood, George Givens, Ernie Cary. ROW THREE: Jimmy Shorter, Clark Cregger, Sandy Palmer, Paul Henrickson, Mike Williams, Scott Agner. ROW FOUR: Brenda Yates, Barbara Oakes, Lyn Garrion, Wanda Kelly, Miriah Parr, Nancy Keenan, Peggy Lawrence, Sara Richie. ROW FIVE: Gordon Graybeal, Sammy Weddle, Larry Franklin, Julia Graves, Toby Andrews, Peggy Eunson, Vice President; Lee MacFarland. ROW SIX: Lew Wood, David Waltz, Byran Miller, Philip Shreve, Mike Douglas, Jerry Lee, Glenn Nalls. ROW SEVEN: Becky Cromer, Drum Ma¬ jorette, Secretary; Donna Waggy, Betty Wright, Judy Cunningham, Treasurer; Andrea Clinevell, Sandra Hollandsworth, Bobbie Johnston. Mr. Stuart Conner Director fv " ' m (l ■ SXffi jtk V V r JRSj; w M o- MB jjL - wKmU EIGHTH GRADE BAND: ROW ONE: Robert Vaughan, Connie Daugherty, Norma Scaggs, Judy Flinchum, Theresa Determan, Constance Boyer. ROW TWO: Jeronne Perry, Lloyd Conner, 126 Roddie Ennis, Richard Hall, Linda Crotts, Ann Fleck, Susan Stew¬ art. ROW THREE: Dyanne Grausman, Donnie Lunsford, Joe Yates.
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