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PATRICIANS r V HHliiiHl L BwK ; w llfSr ■ ■ " l ■ 11 if a| Biif .. ir . il ROW ONE: Rita McDaniel, Mar¬ garet Williams, Peggy Lawrence, Lynn Guerin, Barbara Oakes, Toni Jolly, Martha Marsh, Mary Phlegar, Theresa Yates, Marlene Preston. ROW TWO: Doris Byer, Brenda Wright, Judy Thompson, Belva Combs, Linda Perdue, Doris Myers, Sharon Mills, Caro¬ line Waldrop, Emily Paine. ROW THREE: Brenda Graham, Pat Armentrout, Pam Fleming, Sherry Wygal, Eddie Peverell, Susan Caligan, Charles Kipps, Judy Hodges, Harriet Hedg- beth. ROW FOUR: Don Halter- man, Jim Garrison, Gene Webb, Martha Lee , Sharon McGue, Teri D ' Emilio, Clay Stokes, Bobby Hartless, Jack Clifton. The Latin Club is a constant reminder to A.L. students that traditions and innovations may be successfully combined. The club has to its credit a long list of worthwhile tradi¬ tional activities including the annual fall pic¬ nic, compiling a yearbook, and of course, the Easter Pageant in which members re-enacted scenes from the life of Christ. Realizing that with such a large membership (about two hundred) the club cannot be content with traditional activities, each year new pro¬ grams are added. This year in an effort to further an interest in Latin, the week of April 19 was set aside as Latin Week. Club members also co-sponsored the successful mid-term dance. The activities are intended to carry out the club ' s motto, " To hand on the torch of classical civilization to the mod¬ ern civilization. " A particularly well done TFianksgiving assembly was presented by the Latin Club, picturing tFirough scenes and music the similarities in Roman and modern-day prayer. A mid-term dance, " Hearts and Pogo Sticks, " was co-sponsored by the Latin and Pep Clubs. Miss Cook collected tickets at the door. OFFICERS: TOP TO BOTTOM: Allen Key, Plebeian Consul; Pat Saul, Patrician Con¬ sul; Madey Gearheart, Treasurer; Camille Thomas, Program Chairman; Mrs. Martha Logan, Sponsor; Miss Dorothy Miller, Spon¬ sor; Cathy Hall, Vice-President; Linda Johnston, Secretary; Susan Fry, Junior Pro¬ vincial Governor; Ann Minarik, Senior Provincial Governor; Camille Vaughan, Roll Call Secretary; Myra Boone, President; Miss Annie V. Cook, Sponsor. 135
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LATIN CLUB PROVINCIALS ROW ONE: Gary Brumfield, Linda Gochenour, Sue Bones, Barry Whitesell. ROW TWO: Sharon Hash, Marsena Thomp¬ son, Helen McGhee, Diane Albrecht. ROW THREE: Judy Gres¬ ham, Mike Francisco, Carol Koestner, Susan Agner. ROW FOUR: Floris Gretzmacher, Tom Harvey, David Shank, Bobby Dooley. ROW FIVE: Susan Vaughan, Mercedes Perez, George Givens, Stretch Beach. The Latin Club members are grouped ac¬ cording to class much like the social order in the days of the Roman Empire. Students tak¬ ing third and fourth year Latin are members of the Cicero Class, a higher order of the Patricians. The Provincials cannot be classed as higher than the Patricians, and neither are they iower. In Rome the Provincials were Roman citizens who lived outside of Rome, in the Roman Provinces. Likewise, in the Latin Club the Provincials are the students who are no longer taking Latin, but are still in the club. They are represented in the Senate by two governors. The Senate is the govern¬ ing body of the club and is composed of the club officers and sponsors. CICERO CLASS ROW ONE: Elaine Thurman, Sharon Sisson, Toni Tillman, Joyce Miller. ROW TWO: Helen Agner, Camille Thomas, Linda PofF, Judy Foley. ROW THREE: Elaine Lee, Betty Spencer, Sharon Goad, Becky Crush. ROW FOUR: George Slusher, Scott Sowers, Peter Rikard, Jean Gleason, Brenda Butler. 134
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PATRICIANS ROW ONE: Kathleen .■ ? ' p’jzr iamjm V 1 H Wl 1 Mayo, Sylvia Knight, Leigh Coleman, Sherry Cole, Brenda Yates, Faye Whitley, Jean Poole, Donna King. ROW TWO: Sue Zirkle, Ginger Kipps, Anne Williams, Bonnie Willard, Leslie Smith, Kathy Waldrop, Mariah Parr, Brenda Barnette. ROW THREE: Russ Christenson, Clark Cregger, Tom Doughty, Ken Segerdell, Stephen Brock, Barry Surface, Alvin Gillespie, Jim Tobey. ROW FOUR: Steve Marshall, Mike Williams, Larry Franklin, Jimmy Wright, Elizabeth Andrews, Frankie The Plebeians and Patricians were the two main social classes in Rome. Of the two, the Plebeians were the low¬ est. Likewise in the Latin Club the Plebeians are of the lowest rank, since they are the first year Latin students. They are represented in the governing body by two officials. The Patricians were considered the ruling class and in the club the second year students comprise the group. The Patricians dominate the Senate. Mitchell, Sherry Hall. PLEBEIANS A choir, under the direction of Mrs. Robert Garrison, and composed of Latin Club members, began rehearsing in mid-February for the yearly Easter Pageant pre¬ sented on Palm Sunday, " Living Scenes from the Life of Christ. " ROW ONE: Fred Cruser, David Tate, Margaret Grosholz, Roger Moltman, Dickie Dolby, Vickie Grubbs, Chris Glad¬ den, Shirley Ferguson. ROW TWO: Omen East, Linda Hickerson, Cherie Greer, Brenda Johnston, Doris Jones, Chonita French, Linda Deyerle, Ann Walters. ROW THREE: Ellen Porter, Susan Agee, Doris Knight, Susan Leftwich, Susan Miller, Linda Zirkle, Beth Kendig, Ellen Mohler Diana Nester. ROW FOUR: Gloria Wright, Ricky Wreden, Preston Garraghty, Emerson McClanahan, Danny Lineberry, Douglas Sutton, Joe Yates, Joe Minarik. 136
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