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m i W — j gfoM qf Wk ML 8mM __ aR L S C Jfl f ' w fmjk ■ m SL 1 I I Em 9 Wf ' Mr V lf i ►c ROW ONE: Nancy Coleman, Kitty Lynch, Susan Kingery, Phoebe Mills, Susan Sheets, Betsy McKinney, Brenda PofF, Linda Peregoy, Vickie Grubbs, Camille Vaughan. ROW TWO: Elizabeth Andrews, Peggy Orange, Lynn Woodlig, Connie Rus cigno, Joyce Janney, Anne Lee Stevens, Cathy Bredlow, Ellen Porter, Susan Agee, Betty Peters, Mary Jane Phlegar. ROW THREE: Ann Gochenour, Deanne Andrews, Sharon Carter, Lucy Cline, Delores Brooks, Debbie Bush, Genny Mormon, Margaret Hodges, Wilma Chelf, Brenda Cisco. ROW FOUR: Virginia Kipps, Diane Nester, Kathi Trener, Jean Tingler, Sharon Grey, Emily Paine, Doris Jones, Doris Knight. ROW FIVE: Beth Kendig, Linda Zirkle, Barbara Ingoe, Shirley Ferguson, Caroline Waldrop, Susan Leftwich, Sandra McCown, Harriet Hedge- beth. Pep Club members Kathy Hall and Betty Spencer worked at a table set up during study halls and lunch periods, where students could sign up for club membership. PEP CLUB Early in the fall the Pep Club con¬ ducted an extensive membership drive, the only requirement for joining being the payment of the membership fee. At its completion the club had ex¬ panded considerably. As in past years, it was mandatory that cheerleaders be¬ long and attend meetings regularly. The Pep Club took on an ambitious program of activities proportional to its size. Committees were appointed to plan, execute, and co-ordinate all Homecoming events. According to tra¬ dition, the members selected the king and prince of Homecoming. The club decorated goal posts during the foot¬ ball season and sponsored transporta¬ tion to out-of-town games. 146
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Simply because 1964 happened to be leap year, and because the first semester just happened to end near Valentine ' s Day, the mid¬ term dance co-sponsored by the Pep Club and Latin Club was named " Hearts and Pogo-Sticks. " Decorations by the art department and music by the Divots enticed many couples to attend the dance held on February 1st. Coming in the middle of winter, after five months of school, " Hearts and Pogo-Sticks, " the first really big dance of the year, gave girls the opportunity to rush around for hours getting their hair done, and their semi-formals ready for an 8:30 date._Boys could borrow the car and buy corsages and dance with their girls until 12:00. It was a very successful affair. Mary Jane Phlegar and her date dance to the music of the Divots while Frankie Mitchell and Hank Garden seem to be intrigued by the mo¬ tion, noise, and lights. T__ :t iBr gt jar . Jr T Hr Jh |uP ROW ONE: Katy Eunson, Suzanne Davis, Katie Burke, Hunter Breckinridge, Kathy Richards, Lorraine Beckett, Vickie Vaughan, Debbie Brugh, Judy Sta 11 i ns. ROW TWO: Debbie Wheeling, Trudy Teare, Barbara Leweke, Brenda Clasley, Brenda McDaniel, Cindy Saul, Sherrie Eller, Linda Deyerle, Ann Walters, Linda Bute, Debbie Waggy. ROW THREE: Kathy Robertson, Susie Owen, Becky Lee, Chonita French, Margaret Tillman, Linda Ferris, Linda Lafon, Debbie Jones, Pam McCollum, Pat Hancock. 145
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MONOGRAM CLUB ROW ONE: Mr. Eddie Joyce, Sponsor; Stretch Beach, Treasurer; Russell Harris, Vice-President; Don Russo, President; Tom Harvey, Secretary. ROW TWO: Bo Southern, Peter Coleman, Larry Bell, Johnny Roberts, Bob Deverick, Steve Cromer, Marion Reynolds. ROW THREE: Willie Wickman, Danny Wheeling, Danny Bayse, Randy Wigington, Jim Kimmel, Gene Webb, Terry Amrhein. ROW FOUR: Richard Burrow, Jackie Henricks, Gary Throckmorton, Ron- zel Blankenship, Bob Dooley, Pat Saul, Richard Spence. Not pic¬ tured: Mike Krupin, Tommy Crosswhite. WOLVERINE TURNTABLE INKSLINGER FRONT: Susan Vaughan, Barry Whitesell, Nancy Archer, Chairman; Peter Rikard. BACK: Camille Thomas, Tom Harvey, Pat Saul. 147 George Slusher, Editor; Sandy Sizer, Business Manager; Susan Vaughan, Art Editor; Mr. Carl Colley, Sponsor; Mrs. Carol Jo Nichols, Art Adviser.
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