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Selected as representatives to the District Six Regional Choir and All State Choir were Brenda Butler, Norman Moore, Nancy Archer, James Finney, Steve Kennamer, and Sally Rikard. Also attending the District Six Choir were John Morrison and Ann Dalby. Gary Bowen, Peggy Eunson, and Brenda Kaye Yates were chosen to attend All-State Band. Not pictured: Mariah Parr. 1962-63 Diane Wickham received the Andrew Lewis Daughter of the American Revo¬ lution award sponsored by the Fort Lewis chapter of the D.A.R. Wolverine Turntable Staff: Tom Harvey, Nancy Archer, Rosi Lonitz, Tom King, Sally Rikard, Susan Chapman, Norman Moore. For three consecutive years Wolverine Turntable has been rated the best high school radio program in the Southeastern United States. 148
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Miss Annie V. Cook served as the 1962-63 State Sponsor of the Junior Classical League. Otha B. St.Clair was the recipient of a Freedoms Foundations classroom teachers medal, given by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. Mrs. Evelyn Blake was chosen Teacher of the Year by the Salem Woman ' s Club. ACHIEVEMENTS OF FACULTY AND STUDENTS district level. , , , , Gil Chistley was selected by the junior and senior classes to receive the Brotherhood Week Award. 147
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Representatives to Boys ' and Girls ' State: STANDING: Al Knighton, Becky Cromer, Steve Kennamer, R. M. Goodwin, Gary Bowen, Roy Kinsey, Connie Vecellio. SEATED: Janet Clark, Diane Wickham, David Ball. ACHIEVEMENTS FEATURING SENIORS R. M. Goodwin has the unusual dis¬ tinction of having been class presi¬ dent for three of his five years in high school. In the local Voice of Democracy contest, Norman Moore placed first. He received a fifty dollar savings bond and became eligible to compete on the state level. Connie Graham was chosen as the Andrew Lewis Representative to McCall ' s Fashion Board. 149
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