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FUTURE TEACHERS SEATED: Judy Stallins, Secretary; Camille Thomas, Beverly Reich, Linda Rakes, Bonnie Lovell, Judy Gresham. STANDING: Mrs. Marge Bowman, Sponsor; Judy Foley, Bonnie Willard, Cheryl Chelf, Fran Kageals, Vice-President; Judy Chase, President; Absent: Millie Gar¬ rison, Treasurer; Toni Tillman. JUNIOR Y-TEENS ROW ONE: Debbie Wheeling, Devotions Chairman,- Caroline Wal¬ drop, President; Emily Paine, Vice-President; Kitty Lynch, Corre¬ sponding Secretary; Sharon Grey, Treasurer; Anne Lee Stevens, Recording Secretary; Susan Leftwich, Program Chairman; Shirley Ferguson, Telephone Committee Chairman,- Ellen Porter, Inter-club Council Representative; Dyanne Grausam, Projects Chairman; Linda Zirkle, Publicity Chairman. ROW TWO: Elizabeth Andrews, Becky Lee, Doris Knight, Romona Rhodes, Susan Agee, Cathy Bredlow, Betty Peters, Vickfe Vaughan, Chonita French, Beth Kendig. ROW THREE: Delores Brooks, Debbie Bush, Katy Eunson, Susie Lynch, Linda Bute, Linda Deyerle, Cindy Saul, Sherrie Eller, Sandra Stew¬ art, Katie Burke, Hunter Breckinridge. Not Pictured: Mrs. Meador, Sponsor. 155
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-A ' ?L6lC Sc ROW ONE: Lynn Guerin, Betty Wright, Sara Ritchie, Barbara Oakes, Bobbie Johnston, Donna Waggy, Peggy Lawrence, Sandra Hollajndsworth. ROW TWO: Sammy Weddle, Sherry Crotts, Connie augg rty, MaridltfP rr, Wanda Kelly, Brenda Yates. ROW THREE: tDonelfa Lunsford, Julia Graves, Robert Vaughan, ROW FO ' tyR: Douglas Saunders, Linda BAND tyjafVge Yates, Lib Band Officers: 3y Palmer, Student Director; Donna Waggy, Presi- Jl Johnston, Secretary; Peggy Lawrence, Treasurer. George Givens, Manager; Mike Williams, Uniform a ' nrickson, Vice-President,- NOT PICTURED: Brenda Crotts, Judy Hodges, Marie Estep, Mike Williams. ROW FIVE: Bonnie Reese, Scott Agner, Sam Hayslett, Roger Goddard, George Givens. ROW SIX: J eronne Perry, Sherman Slauter, Ernie Cary, Lloyd Conner, Larry Eanes. ROW SEVEN: Roddie Ellis, Richard Hall, Paul Hendrickson, Sandy Palmer. ROW EIGHT: Byran Miller, Clark Creggar. 154
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ACAPPELLACHOIR ROW ONE: Judy Huffman, Nancy Archer, Yvonne Cockerham, Alex Buck, Russell Jacobs, Jimmy Bolling, Jim Garrison, James Cross, Becky Crush, Susan Caligan, Barbara Holland. ROW TWO: Sandra Hollandsworth, Brenda Yates, Ruth Grosholz, Judy Stallins, Mike Williams, Robert Coley, Charles Edmondson, Rickey Wreden, Brenda Butler, Susan Hoye, Nancy Meador. ROW THREE: Jean Poole, Linda Brickey, Cynthia Witt, Paulina McLaurin, Roger Dixon, Larry Price, Glenn Marwell, Sylvia Knight, Pat Armentrout, Mary Lynch, Pat Craft. ROW FOUR: Sharon Hash, Sandra Reese, Fran Kageals, Ann White, Robert Dudley, Roger Cox, Robert Dooley, David Crosswhite, Bonnie Willard, Shirley Harrison, Elaine Pollard, Doris Byer. Mr. Harry L. Simmers, Director CHOIRS Third period every day forty-six A Cappella Choir members, who gained their positions by auditioning before Mr. Simmers, meet in the choir room. There they go through the daily practice which helps them to improve their voice range and tone quality. At times during the year they move out of their practice room and perform on stage — in a Christmas concert, a spring concert, and in assemblies. This choir also sings in churches by request and this year took a spring tour that included the presentation of concerts at numerous high schools and colleges in eastern Virginia. A Mixed Choir and an Eighth Grade Choir are also under the direction of Mr. Simmers, as well as a music interest class that meets every day. The Mixed Choir is opened to all students who wish to join, while the Eighth Grade Choir, only begun in 1962, is especially for eighth graders. Both choirs serve as a training ground for potential A Cappella Choir members and the music interest class, formed just this year, gives students interested in music history a chance to study composers ' lives and listen to various music forms. 156
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